Apple is expected to hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote next year, but we are looking at what the company is likely to announce early on. 9to5Mac has obtained screen shots of iOS 13, and they show the new dark mode that Apple is said to stop. The dark mode seems to work over the dock in apps such as music and even in the built-in screenshot tool. Apple is reported to include a switch in the Control Center or on the iOS Settings main page.
Apple & # 39; s Reminders app for iOS 13 also appears to be overhauled in the next update of the company's operating system. The Reminders app now has separate sections for today, planned, marked and all, and you can also search existing memories. Apple also reportedly combines the Find My Friends and Find My iPhone apps in a single "Find My" app, which is likely to be announced at WWDC next week.
iOS 13 is also rumored with an updated Health app, updated Maps app and even native support to use an iPad as a secondary Mac screen. However, the dark mode is the most obvious visual change on the iPhone and iPad and it follows months of third-party app developers creating their own dark mode skins for their apps.