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iOS 13 Release Date, Latest News, Update: Rumored Improvements that the Upcoming Update Will Provide
Apple is still keeping the improvements they’ve been working on for the iOS 13 close to its chest. However, there are a lot of speculations on the web what will be included in the upcoming update.
One of them is the inclusion of a Dark Mode feature. For years, Apple users have been requesting the Cupertino-based company to add this feature as it brings multiple advantages. For one, Dark Mode can decrease battery consumption of a device since when OLED screen displays black, those pixels are actually turned off entirely. Dark Mode also provides some vision protection for users as it decreases strain on the eyes when the feature is active. Given these advantages, it’s no wonder that Apple users are thrilled that Dark Mode is finally coming to the iOS 13, iLounge reported.
Another improvement that the iOS 13 is expected to provide is a new redesigned home screen. This, too, has been heavily requested by Apple users since the homes screen are pretty much ancient at this point.
Users are hoping that the iOS 13 will have a home screen widget support, as well as provide the ability to rearrange apps any way they want. There have been a lot of brilliant concepts surrounding this upcoming update and Apple would do well to take inspiration from these ideas.
The most popular that has emerged so far came from Daniel Korpai, a product designer of InVision. Korpai has been working on an iOS 13 concept involving the multi-tasking feature of the iPad called Split View. The presentation caught the attention of numerous Apple users who praised Korpai for the concept, which is much-deserved.
The designer managed to create a seamless UI for the Split View that would allow users to use multiple apps with ease. Transferring files, photos, and videos are as simple as dragging and dropping them to the desired location. The Split View itself – which only supports dual display – has been improved to three, with a Slide Over feature that allows for quick transitions between apps. As for when Apple users can expect the iOS 13 to drop, it will be unveiled this coming June with the final version dropping on September.