Tuesday, May 28, 2019

New screenshots Show Dark Mode in iOS 13

There has been a lot of talk about a new wide-dark mode system for Apple's next software which will be likely be iOS 13. If you remember, Apple released macOS Mojave with support of dark mode system last year. Now we got new leaked screenshots shows dark mode system in iOS 13.

New screenshots Show Dark Mode in iOS 13

Shared by an unknown source with Brazilian iOS developer and 9to5Mac contributor Guilherme Rambo, the images depict a darkened interface in iOS, which can be enabled in the Settings app or via Control Center. Upon enabling Dark Mode, all apps that support it automatically switch to a darker appearance, like on the Mac.
 On the Home screen, the only noticeable change is the Dock, which adopts a vibrant dark background instead of the light one. It’s possible that Apple will be including new wallpapers that work better in Dark Mode with the new OS. When looking at an app such as Music in Dark Mode, it’s possible to see that Apple is using a true black background, which looks great on an OLED device.
There is also a screenshot of the new Reminders app on the iPad Pro. The app has two layouts, with sections to quickly access all your tasks, scheduled ones, flagged, and more. The app will also look the same on macOS 10.15 since it is a Marzipan app.

Lastly, the icon for the new ‘Find My’ app has also leaked. This new app will replace the Find My Friends and Find My iPhone apps. It will come with a revamped UI and make it easier to locate your friends and devices linked to your iCloud account.

Here's how it looks like;

Lastly, the image right above represents an icon for the merger of the Find My iPhone and Find My Friends apps, coming to both iOS 13 and macOS 10.15. The new app includes all of the features of Find My iPhone and Find My Friends, having been “significantly improved” on iPad.

Thoughts on these screenshots?



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