iOS 13 will be integrated with the Dark Mode feature to turn the entire software interface into dark tones, to help protect the users’ eyes better when using the device at night.
As expected, Apple will launch a series of new products at the WWDC 2019 event taking place next week, including the latest version of its operating system iOS 13. Recently, a series of screenshots of iOS 13 has suddenly leaked online, revealing new features.
One of the features that many users are interested in is Dark Mode. With iOS 13, you can turn on Dark Mode in Settings or Quick Access right on the Control Center.
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On the main screen, the only noticeable change is the Dock bar, using a brilliant dark background instead of a light background. In addition, it is likely that Apple will add new wallpapers to iOS 13 so that they can work better in Dark Mode dark background.
Looking at any apps in the dark background, such as Music, it can be seen that Apple is using a real black background, which looks great on OLED devices. This may also help increase device battery life because OLED displays do not have to use energy to brighten black pixels.
Another change of user interface (UI) is the interface after taking a screenshot. Instead of displaying a gray background with the tools below, it will use a blurry version of the background image as the background image. The same interface is also redesigned on the iPad, using the round tray at the bottom of the screen to contain tools. On the iPad, users can drag this tray around the screen.
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As mentioned earlier, the Reminder app will be completely redesigned on iOS 13 and macOS 10.15. On the iPad, the new Reminder app will have a large sidebar with separate areas to contain “Today”, “Scheduled”, “Flagged” and “All” sections, as well as a search bar and user reminder list. In addition, the app will also use the SF UI Rounded font that Apple introduced for the Wallet app in iOS 12.2.
The Find Friends and Find iPhone (Find My iPhone) apps are now unified. It will be renamed to “Find My”, significantly improved on the iPad and integrated more features.
It will display a large map containing all devices, comes with a small corner window to list family and friends, as well as another tab to display the user’s device. When Dark Mode is on, the “Find My” icon looks very similar to “Map” on macOS after activating the dark background. You can look at the app icon below.
Apple is expected to launch iOS 13 next Monday, June 3 at the WWDC 2019 event taking place in San Jose, California. The first beta for developers will be available for download immediately, while the first public beta will be released in the following weeks.
Like every year, Apple may release the official version of iOS 13 in early September, after launching the new iPhone 11 series.