ByLinky Johnson 2019-04-25 1326
Already present on Mac since the MacOS Mojave update, the dark mode should make its appearance on the iPhone and iPad. Until today, only some apps have been able to pass everything in black, such as Twitter or Messenger. With iOS 13, it will be possible to pass the complete interface either white or black, to avoid excessive visual fatigue. Compatible apps should then adapt according to the user's choice.
This dark mode should not, however, function as the night mode already present on "fruity" devices. In clear, it would not activate at nightfall or according to a defined time range. In any case, it doesn't work that way under macOS, but maybe iOS 13 will benefit from a revamped version acting as the dark mode that has integrated Twitter on its iOS app and that adapts according to the time.
The Apple tablet would not be left out regarding what's new in iOS 13. Its multitasking should be reviewed and improved to make it more convenient to use. It should be based on moveable panels anywhere on the screen. These "cards" could also pile up on each other, like a post-it block. An addition that is not really a novelty on the iPad since the Pixure app was already using this process based on an open source project called panelkit 2.0.
In the rest of the possible additions, we find many implementations that concern the iPad. Thus, in Safari, it would be open to choose definitively if you want to display the site in mobile version or in computer version. The ability to shake his device to undo typed text should disappear. Never really used, this function should be replaced by a much less dangerous gesture to perform: three fingers that slide to the left on the virtual keyboard should have the same effect as a Cmd-Z on Mac and thus would cancel the typed text.
The mail app would receive new features like intelligent ranking of emails in categories. A bit like what Gmail offers, but in a slightly more advanced version that would sort emails according to what they are (travels, purchases or even advertisements).
The volume control display should finally change design. So far, it is rather intrusive, characterized by a large square that is placed right in the middle of the screen when you mount or lower the sound. This pad should disappear with iOS 13 — hopefully it will adopt a much more discreet style.
Finally, we can expect a better response from the "DIS Siri" function, a simplified integration of its own fonts within its iPhone, a new version for the reminders app or new gestures to select multiple Documents.
This information can be verified at the worldwide Developers Conference , which will take place June 3-5 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California.
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