There is no confirmation yet but the switch to Dark Mode should be as simple as tapping a button in Control Center.
IT'S GOOD NEWS for iPhone-wielding goths, as leaked screenshots have confirmed that a dark mode is coming to iOS 13. This time, they are giving us our first look at the new Apple Music and Apple TV apps.
On the iOS Home Screen, the only noticeable change is in the Dock that Goes to a dark black background rather than the default light colored background.
iOS 13 is easily shaping up to be a major release of the OS with plenty of new features to play around with. Another UI change in the upcoming release is in the interface that appears after taking a screenshot. Samsung One UI already has a Dark Theme, while Google's Android Q will bring one as well.
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For some, this echoes back to the days before abortion was legalized nationwide in 1973 with the Supreme Court's Roe v. Rallies were planned across the nation in response of new abortion laws introduced and passed in various states.
Previous rumours also point to a WhatsApp-like upgrade to iMessage, a new SwiftKey-esque keyboard option that lets users swipe across letters without lifting a finger, a new Health app that will boast a redesigned homepage that "better outlines your daily activity", an upgraded Bedtime app and a system-wide Sleep Mode. Out of all the announcements, the launch of iOS 13 is expected to be one of the biggest news and many designers globally have come out with their own concepts for it. The app will also look the same on macOS 10.15 since it is a Marzipan app.
Apple on Monday will take the wraps off its newest software innovations that are nearly ready for mass consumption.
The Reminders app is getting a refresh, with a new sidebar for iPad users and more.
While this will help you sift through reminders, there will also be a search button to look up directly.