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iOS 13 to Reportedly Include Dark Mode, Multitasking Improvements

iOS 13 may include system-wide dark mode and undo gesture

The next iOS build is said to bring a dedicated Dark Mode to iPhone and iPad.

The new iPad features promise a more flexible way to use multiple apps at once.

Citing people familiar with the development of iOS 13, 9to5Mac claims to have leaked major new features that Apple is probably building for its next mobile operating system.

Dark Mode. A system-wide Dark Mode will be configurable in Settings, and it will come in a high-contrast version similar to how it works today in macOS.

It is also thought that iOS 13 will make it possible to run multiple windows of the same app. According to 9 to 5 Mac, the iPad windows can now be detached via drag gesture and presented accordingly like cards which are said to be similar to a project called "PanelKit". These cards can be flung away to be dismissed.

The clunky iOS undo function, which until now has involved shaking the device, may be usurped by a gesture.

Apple is finally improving the Volume HUD in iOS 13.

IPad users will also be treated to a new undo gesture; now, iOS users have to physically shake their device to undo, but with iOS 13, iPad users will be able to perform a three-finger tap on the keyboard area, after which sliding left and right will allow users to undo and redo actions. A new Font management panel in Settings will help users install and manage fonts.

Along with some changes to Safari and font management, Mail will also get an overhaul.

Mail improvements. In iOS 13, the Mail app is being updated with category (marketing, purchases, travel, "not important" and more) filtering and a new Read Later queue.

2019 is already the year of a lot of things, the year of 5G, the year of foldable smartphones, and perhaps we can also say that it's the year of Dark Mode.

To improve productivity in iOS 13, Apple will allow users to drag items in a list with multiple fingers or select multiple files at once by dragging their fingers across them.

Developers would be able to use a different status bar style, including light or dark, for each side of an in-app split view.

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