Cupertino-based technology giant will be holding its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote on next Monday. The company is expected to make a number of software and service-related announcements at the WWDC 2019. The key announcement at the event is supposed to be the iOS 13. However, ahead of the event, some screenshots of the iOS 13 have surfaced online that show the new Dark Mode that Apple was rumoured to be working on for so long.
The screenshots of iOS 13, that were first shared by 9to5Mac, and according to them, the Dark Mode will appear to work across the dock in apps like Music and the built-in screenshot toll. The company will reportedly also add a switch in the Control Center or within the main iOS Settings page.
The Reminders app for iOS 13 can also appear to be completely revamped in the company’s next operating system update. The app can be seen to come with separate sections for today, scheduled, flagged, and all. The app will also let you search through existing reminders. Apple is also reported to combine its Find my Friends and Find my iPhone apps into a single app called ‘Find My’. This app is also likely to be unveiled at the WWDC 2019 next week.
Apple’s iOS 13 is said to include a revamped Health app, upgraded Maps app, and come with native support to use the iPad as a secondary Mac screen. The Dark Mode will be among the most prominent change across the iPhone and iPad. However, we should mention that a number of third-party apps have already created Dark Mode skin for their apps.
The Cupertino based technology giant had sent out invites for its event last week and confirmed that the event will take place on June 3 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. It is a very important event for Apple considering how much it has started focussing on its services business lately.
We should mention that over the past few years, Apple has made a number of services including augmented reality, mobile payments and music-streaming. More recently, Apple also announced its News subscription service and Apple TV+, for which it has partnered with many celebrities including Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston.
At the WWDC 2019, we expect the Cupertino based technology giant to come up with more details about what its plans with its services and also give us an insight into the iOS 13. Luckily, we don’t have to wait too much for it as June 3 is less than a fortnight away.