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    iOS 13 Rumors Roundup – Dark Mode, Multitasking

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    Apple will be having its largest Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) on June 3 until June 7 in San Jose, California. During this event, few things we can expect from Apple. First, Apple will unveil the next OS for the iPhone which will be the iOS 13. Second will be OS updates for the Apple Mac and the watchOS too.

    According to the current rumors from 9to5Mac, iOS 13 will feature a system-wide Dark Mode. All Apple iOS built-in apps will be having the Dark Mode feature. This will help to reduce eye strains for users who use during the night or in low-light situation. Apart from that, the iPad will have productivity improvement such as the better multitasking.

    According to 9to5Mac, Apple will introduce the multitasking card feature. Each of the windows in the iPad will have its own card where it will stack and can be switch between application easily. Although when we say it sounds complex, users might like it when Apple shows it during the WWDC keynote demo session. Other features we can look forward would be the undo gesture. Currently, you have to shake your device to undo a text. With the iOS 13, most probably, you can simply use three finger swipe gesture to undo a text. Well to redo it back u can just swipe right with your fingers.

    Apart from that, Apple also might be doing some UI changes to the volume level indicator. The current volume indicator when you reduce or increase the volume, it is pretty obtrusive to your face. There are more changes Apple might be planning for the iOS 13.

    In conclusion, these are not the only feature Apple is introducing in the iOS 13. There are hundreds of updates which we will have to wait until June 3. We will be covering the live blog update on the whole event. Make sure, you all visit this blog to get the instant updates. Here is the full breakdown of the iOS 13 feature list.

    Raaj Lokanathan
    Raaj Lokanathan
    A software engineer as a profession. A tech blogger as a passion.

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