Monday, June 03, 2019


Apple officially unveils iOS 13 for iPhone at WWDC 2019 with Dark Mode, swipe keyboard and more.

The iOS 13 beta release date is today, June 3, according to expectations at the Apple keynote.
Reports getting to us say that the iOS 13 will include a number of new features to the operating system.

Here is the full list of the iOS 13 features ahead of the beta announcement.
There will be a system wide Dark Mode for both iPad and iPhone which will force bright white menus to go black and dark gray, a benefit for your eyes at night.
Reports say the iOS 13 is will offer a home screen redesign. The iOS 13 on the iPad will include the ability for apps to have multiple windows.
Each window will also be able to contain sheets that are initially attached to a portion of the screen, but can be detached with a drag gesture, and can be moved around freely. A standard undo gesture for text input on the iPad has also been said to feature on the iOS 13 also. The gesture starts at a three-finger tap on the keyboard area, sliding left and right allows the user to undo and redo actions interactively.

The iOS 13 on Safari for the iPad will automatically ask for a desktop version of websites when necessary, preventing a common issue where websites show a mobile version even when running on a larger screen.

Another reports getting to us say, a new font management panel will be available in the Settings App, and also a new standard font picker component will be available for developers and the system will notify the user when they open a document that has missing fonts.

The iOS 13 will come with a massive upgrade in the Mail, because reports says it will be able to organize messages into categories such as marketing, shopping, travel and more, with the categories being searchable.
iOS 13 will also come with a feature which will make users able to add messages to a “read later” queue.
The iOS 13 iPad version will include a large sidebar with separate boxes for “Today”, “Scheduled”, “Flagged” and “All”, which also includes a search box and a collection of a user’s lists of reminders.

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