Apple is planned to conduct its yearly WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) keynote soon, but we are already getting an early glance at what the firm will possibly declare. Media has got iOS 13 screenshots, and they display the latest dark mode that the firm is speculated to be adding. The dark mode seems to work all over the dock in apps such as Music and even in the in-built screenshot tool. Apple will supposedly add an option inside the primary iOS Settings page or in the Control Center.
The Reminders app by Apple for iOS 13 also seems to be getting renovated in the firm’s upcoming OS update. The Reminders application now has different sections for scheduled, today, all, and flagged, and you can also search via current reminders. Apple is also supposedly merging its Find my iPhone and Find my Friends apps into a sole “Find My” application, which will possibly be disclosed at WWDC.
iOS 13 is also speculated to add an updated Maps app, renovated Health app, and even native support to employ an iPad as a secondary Mac display. Dark mode will be the most understandable visual modification all over the iPad and iPhone, although, and it follows months of 3rd-party app creators making their personal dark mode skins for their applications.
On a related note, it is no secret that Apple has a lot of software upgrades in its pocket for WWDC, but the largest enhancement might come to one of its tinniest devices—the Apple Watch. Media sources state to know many of the software updates projected for the WWDC event, and watchOS might get primary updates that make it significantly less reliant on an iPhone. To begin, the watch might get an on-device App Store—such as Google Play on Wear OS, as per sources.
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