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iOS and iPadOS 13.1 - App Store Changes

This is the first of a series of videos about the iOS 13.



Today we will talk about the changes in the App Store.

Updates for your apps are now located in your Account section.

While you are updating your apps,  you can tap and hold on an app that is updating to prioritize, pause or cancel the update.

A new feature introduced in the App Store is the Apple Arcade. It’s a subscription service with hundreds of games that you can play online and off-line without any ads or in- app purchases. With this subscription up to 6 family members can play, and you can play on all of your Apple devices.

Prices currently start to just €4.99 a month.

Stay tuned for our next video about Dark Mode in iOS 13.

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