Apple’s WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2019 will likely be hosted from June 3-7 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. It will take place on June 3 at 10 AM. Let’s see what we are expecting for iOS 13.
● Users will be able to activate the system-wide Dark Mode from either the system settings or the Control Center.
● Users will also get more functional and intuitive screenshot-editing options
● A redesigned Reminders app that will now get a a large sidebar with separate boxes for ‘Today’, ‘Scheduled’, ‘Flagged’ and ‘All’ on iPads.
● Apple is also unifying the ‘Find My Friends’ and ‘Find My iPhone’ apps under one banner, simply called ‘Find My’.
● Users may get ‘swipe-to-type’ to its native iOS keyboard app several after the feature was incorporated into Android.
● Apple is tipped to bring a number of new features to iOS 13, including mouse support for iPads.
● Improved emoji searches and Siri improvements.
● Multiple user accounts and smart Wi-Fi.
Which devices will be compatible with iOS 13?
● iPad Pro (10.5), iPad Pro (11), iPad Pro (12.9, 2017 and 2018)
● iPad 2017, iPad 2018, iPad Air (2019)
● iPad mini (2019)
● iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X/XS/XS Max/XR
What will be the iOS 13 be called?
iOS 13 is codenamed as ‘Yukon’. But that’s just an internal designation – to Apple users it will only ever be branded as iOS 13.
If you’re interested, we’re told that iOS 14 is codenamed as ‘Azul’.
Tech Infinite’s Verdict
These expected features are a major upgrade to the existing iOS version from dark mode to improvement in other features. I think that these features will make the iOS 13 a good competition for Android which may lead to a larger production and sales of Apple product. What do you think of this update? Leave your views in the comment section and let me know what do you think of this iOS 13.