Foreign Media reported that iOS 13 will include a number of major changes to the operating system. There will be a system wide Dark Mode for both iPad and iPhone. 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, becoming a card that can be moved around freely.
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Continue to iOS 13: Concept designer Alvaro Pabesio has shared a new concept map of iOS 13 based on many of our actual expectations. Apple's next mobile operating system may bring desktop extensions including Mac/iPad, email, messaging, A new volume HUD, dark mode, and a series of visualization operations.
First, the concept map visually demonstrates the experience of the new iPad in a more macOS-like desktop and an extensible view. In addition, the notice and control center have also been redesigned.
According to the 9to5Mac, Apple will introduce new desktop extensions in macOS 10.15. Álvaro's conception not only allows the iPad to be used as an external display for Macs, but also to maintain continuity, let the iPad and Mac work with the workflow, just like painting with Apple Pencil. As for what we are looking for, the concept of multitasking and detachable panels on the iPad can be thought of as seamless integration between iPhone apps and iPad.
Other improvements to the iPad include a long press of the top button to switch user accounts with Face ID, and a Bluetooth connection UI similar to AirPods for devices such as external keyboards.
For the iPhone in the iOS 13 concept, we'll learn how to implement a new volume control UI and provide customizable widgets for view screens.
Visual reminders, emails, and message updates.
Of course, there is one of the most important changes: the upcoming dark mode of interest on iOS 13.
After reading the concept design, do you have more expectation for iOS13? Although it does not represent the final appearance of the official official version of iOS13, but the program can give users a lot of inspiration.
With iOS 13, Apple is introducing a new standard undo gesture for text input on the iPad. The gesture starts as a three-finger tap on the keyboard area, sliding left and right allows the user to undo and redo actions interactively.
iOS 13's Safari for the iPad will automatically ask for a desktop version of websites when necessary, preventing a common issue where websites will render a mobile version even when running on a larger screen.
Font management is getting a major upgrade. It will not be necessary to install a profile to get new fonts into the system after it's release. There will be a new font management panel in Settings.app. 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.
Mail is getting much needed upgrades with iOS 13. It will be able to organize messages into categories such as marketing, purchases, travel, “not important” and more, with the categories being searchable. Users will also be able to add messages to a “read later” queue similar to third-party email apps.
iOS 13 Release Date
iOS 13 is expected to be released in the fall of 2019 for iPad and iPhone. A developer beta is expected to debut at WWDC 2019 in June.