iOS 13 is shaping up to be more feature-rich than Apple's current iOS 12 software, according to leaks about the next iPhone and iPad operating system update.
The biggest change could come to your own keyboard, Bloomberg reports with anonymous sources. Apple tests the swipe functionality so that you can type words without lifting a finger, which is similar to SwiftKey and other third-party keyboard extensions.
There are new details about redesigned pre-loaded apps (detailed below), including iMessage, Health, Reminders, and Find My iPhone. Today's report also confirms earlier rumors that we've covered, such as a system-wide dark mode and a feature that allows an iPad to be used as a second screen for Macs.
The Apple WWDC 2019 keynote is Monday, June 3, and we expect to see iOS 13 for the first time, watchOS 6 and macOS 10.15 and beta software shortly thereafter.
New iOS 13 changes are passing
We keep hearing that iOS 13 will launch the highly anticipated one Dark mode, one that is very similar to what we saw in macOS 10.14 Mojave last year and part of the Control Center user interface.
The dark mode is said to be combined with a system-wide method Sleep mode, a more extensive version of Apple ' s Bedtime menu tucked away in the standard Clock app (and few use it). The idea is that this can be integrated with the Apple Watch later.
Search for iOS 13 to debut an updated version Apple Health app, an app that better displays your daily activities, keeps track of the menstrual cycles and your & apos; hearing health & apos; taking into account the loudness of the headphones and the external environment.
iMessage is tipped so that you can add custom profile pictures & nicknames, similar to what you can do in WhatsApp, and you can set who can see them. Animoji and Memoji can also come in sticker format as part of iOS 13.
An app that is internally referred to as "GreenTorch" will probably be combined Find my friends and find my iPhone. Details are light here, but we've seen rumors about a separate device that you can use to track your belongings 9to5Mac.
The standard Mail The app should become more powerful, with the ability to silence individual threads, block incoming e-mail from specific contacts, and tidy up the folder management user interface for more consistency, Bloomberg reports.
memories can offer a triage-like main screen that splits tasks into color code sections: to be done today, all tasks, scheduled tasks and marked tasks. And Apple Home expands its smart home range with integration with security cameras ' s.
Parents will love Apple ' s Screen time app extends parental controls to limit who children can and cannot contact at certain times while Apple Books It is said that it contains a progress meter and a reward system while you (or your children) finish books.
finally, the Share page is also being updated and, in addition to being more organized, will intelligently recommend several people to send that latest TechRadar article.
There are almost too many potential iOS 13 changes to keep up with. We will know for sure which will be live and which will be delayed to iOS 14 in 2020 in less than a month when Apple shows off iOS 13 for the first time on WWDC 2019.
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