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Apple is separating the new smartphones into its usual low-cost versus high-cost categories, with big differences between the two models coming down to the camera, display, and battery life.
At first glance, the two devices have quite a few similarities, but the iPhone 11 takes a step forward in regards to cameras, battery life, and more.
One of iOS 13's major new features is a systemwide Dark Mode option, which matches the Dark Mode feature we got in macOS Mojave last year.
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@aliengroover Thanks for following up with us! Yes, if you adjust your device's settings to be Dark Mode, you will… https://t.co/SWrcgJhahx
Hey can anyone @gmail explain why no dark mode on iOS yet? It's literally the only app I have left that doesn't support it.
Seems like every app is updating to include #DarkMode these days. Catch Greg's #XDC session on iOS Dark Mode includ… https://t.co/wmifxPn3sS
@ProtonMail Dark mode, conversation view, snooze option, unify design to V4, U2F support, open source and all featu… https://t.co/ixm30Ff2SZ
RT @olemoritz: Pythonista 3.3 is now available on the App Store, with a new Python-scriptable keyboard for all apps, dark mode support, muc…