This Is What iOS 13 Will Look Like On iPhone And iPad

This Is What iOS 13 Will Look Like On iPhone And iPad

Apple is hosting the keynote on June 3 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California where new announcements around iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS are expected.

Sent to 9to5Mac, the screenshots show that Apple will offer a very literal "Dark Mode", with jet black backgrounds - as evidenced in the leaked grab of Apple Music with the mode activated.

Screenshots uploaded in the report suggest that Dark Mode can be enabled in the Settings app or adding a toggle to the Control Centre. Similarly, we now have macOS 10.15 screenshots that seem to confirm a previous leak that said standalone Music and TV apps are coming to the Mac. The biggest noticeable change would be in the dock section of the home screen, which is comparatively darker than the current tone. That's when we expect to find out all about the new features that the OS will be packing when it's released to the public this fall.

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Another UI change that is expected in the upcoming iOS 13 release is in the interface that appears after taking a screenshot.

Enabling Dark Mode will also lead system apps like Apple Music to switch to a dark theme and it looks pretty stunning. The background content is blurred to focus on the screenshot with the annotation tools having updated and easier to understand icons. The app will also look the same on macOS 10.15 since it is a Marzipan app. The new Reminders app has a large sidebar which includes separate options like "Today", "Scheduled", "Flagged", and "All". There's also a search field and a space for lists of reminders, if you're grouping or sorting them. Once iOS compatibility ends for a device, app compatibility starts to drop too, until you may not be able to use your favorite apps.

Earlier this month, the US Supreme Court also gave a go-ahead to an antitrust lawsuit accusing Apple of forcing consumers to overpay for iPhone software applications, again related to its 30% commission on purchases.

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