More and more rumors about iOS 13 are starting to come to the surface lately, making us wonder how Apple’s new operating system will look like and what kind of features it will bring. The focus of iOS 12 was mostly on improvements that helped the operating system run properly on Apple’s devices, especially on the older versions. What should we expect from the upcoming OS?
What are some of the features that we might see in iOS 13?
According to some recent rumors, we could get a dark mode in iOS 13, which is quite exciting news. This mode would be extremely helpful for users who want to look at their screen at night, without having too much light coming from their phone. This dark mode would also have another obvious advantage: it would reduce the amount of time it takes for the battery to discharge. We might also see some new improvements in CarPlay, but not much is known about this yet.
As far as Apple’s iPad is concerned, we expect to see tabbed apps, as well as a new design of the home screen. We believe that the company might also add some file management improvements, but it remains to be seen what kind of updates we will see for the iPad.
iOS 13 Release Date
Based on what we’ve seen in the past, Apple has released its major updates to iOS during the WWDC, which over the last couple of years took place at the beginning of June. So we believe that this year could most likely be the same as the ones from the past, which means we should have an official announcement about iOS 13 this upcoming June. When it comes to the final release of the update, we should expect it to arrive around September 2019.
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