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iOS 13 Release Date: Apple to Remove Volume HUD; Dark Mode Drops Earlier than Expected
The iOS 13 is expected to be unveiled in June with the beta version coming in the succeeding months. During this time, Apple will be doing a lot of tweaks and fine-tuning to fix bugs and issues that will be cropping up.
And in September, the final version of the iOS 13 will finally make its way to the general public, Macworld reported. There are a lot of features that users are expecting with this new update. One of them is the alleged removal of the volume HUD. Apple has been criticized by users for the display as it’s an unnecessary obtrusion whenever the volume is adjusted.
It also doesn’t help that the volume HUD is appearing at the center of the screen and remains there for a few seconds without the option of swiping it up to remove the display. Apple appears to have heard this request and will finally be removing the volume HUD in the iOS 13.
Another feature that people have been waiting for is the inclusion of a Dark Mode in the Messenger app. However, the feature has now made its way to the public ahead of the iOS 13’s release. To activate Dark Mode, simply send a moon emoji and tap on the moon animation that will pop up shortly after. It’s important to remember that the emoji should be the left-facing crescent moon and not the smiley variant.
After sending the moon emoji, head over to the Messenger Setting and toggle the Dark Mode feature on. This will transform the app into a black interface that goes well with the iPhone X or XS’s OLED display. The iOS 13 is also expected to specifically cater to the upcoming AirPods 2 and provide a specific app for the wireless earphones. The update’s unveiling is speculated to drop in the WWDC 2019 that have been scheduled on June 3-7.