iOS 13 Leaked Screenshots Show Dark Mode, New Reminders App, more


Apple's WWDC 2019 is less than a week away and what we're adhering today is a massive leak corresponding to the Dark Mode in iOS 13 and more. New screenshots have emerged courtesy of 9to5mac, which shows how Dark Mode will be implemented in iOS 13. In addition to this, there's also a new Reminders app and more. So let's dive in to see some more details on the subject.

Leaked Screenshots of iOS 13 Shows Dark Mode, New Reminders App, more

According to the screenshot, iOS 13 Home screen on the iPhone is going to be pretty similar to the current iOS 12 firmware. However, when the dark mode will be enabled, the dock will feature a black tint. Possibly, there could be a new system wallpapers that better match the new dark interface.

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The feature that excites me the most is when the dark mode will be enabled, Apple's stock apps will also shift to a darker interface which will simply look stunning. Judging on the bases of the leaked images, the dark mode will feature a true black color which will complement the OLED display of the new iPhone models. Ultimately, this will also save battery life as only the required pixels will lit up.

Other than this, the iOS 13 screenshots also depict a new interface for editing screenshots once they are captured. The background will be blurred in an attempt to provide focus on the screenshot. Furthermore, icons and annotations have been updated which will be easier to understand.

There's also a screenshot of the new Reminders app in iOS 13. The app is seen to have two layouts along with sections which allow you to access your tasks quickly. Some of the sections include Scheduled, Flagged and more.

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Lastly, there's also a new icon for the 'Find My' app. The new app will combine the Find My iPhone and Find My Friends app. Altogether, the user interface will ease user hassle over finding the required information. Here's how you can prepare to install iOS 13 on your supported devices.

There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details on the matter. We will update you guys as soon as more details are available on iOS 13. As for now, what are your thoughts on the upcoming system-wide Dark Mode in iOS 13? Are you looking forward to it? Share your views in the comments.