iOS 13 reportedly comes with a dark mode

iOS 13

Apple iOS is one of the most used operating systems in the world. Apple has been improving its own OS for years, making it better and smarter. iOS now powers hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad units on the market. Last year, Apple unveiled iOS 12 with tons of new things and features. iOS 12 focuses on hardware upgrades while revamping the existing features.

Apple is expected to announce the next generation iOS at WWDC event that will take place in June. The Cupertino firm recently confirmed that its WWDC will be held from June 3 to June 7 in San Jose, California at the McEnery Convention Center. Apple will use the event to showcase its upcoming updates to iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS.

According to reliable reports, iOS 13 will add Dark mode to iPhones. This seems plausible seeing that Apple brought Dark mode to its macOS. A dark mode in iOS 13 will work across the entire operating system, from app icons to web browser. In reality, Apple iOS includes Smart Invert Colors, a handy feature that inverts the user interface. This means that things like graphics, images, and app icons remain the same. Also, iOS 13 will come with a redesigned home screen on the iPad and new features to make it more capable.

iOS 13

Apple has been working on making the iPad an alternative to traditional PCs. Last year, the Cupertino firm announced the next generation iPad Pro with a new design and new hardware. The 2018 iPad Pro comes with the A12X Bionic chip, allowing for a huge performance boost. This year, we are expecting to see an A13x Bionic processor.

Apart from iOS 13, Apple will unveil macOS 10.15 at the event. The new macOS version will bring about a bunch of new features and new hardware components. Also, Apple will ditch Touch Bar on its Pro lineup while sticking with Touch ID. Apple will hold an event on March 25 where it will unveil a new 9.7 inch iPad, a cheaper HomePod, and new iMac Pro. Also, there will be an official release date for its AirPower, the company’s charging mat.

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