Apple is supposedly aiming to roll out in its iOS 13 update a new dark mode later this year. The media reports that iOS 13 will comprise a dark mode, which will most probably be system-wide, for “simpler nighttime seeing.” Many applications have included dark modes in latest years, but many iPhone users have been asking Apple to launch its own operating system support, so this will be a welcome inclusion. It follows a dark mode that rolled out with macOS Mojave in 2018.
Dark mode will not be the only major inclusion to iOS 13, although: CarPlay enhancements are allegedly projected, together with a new iPad home display. We have heard speculations about a renovated home screen earlier, but Apple allegedly delayed launching it with the iOS 12 upgrade in 2018, favoring performance improvements and reliability instead. The media does not provide up any new data on what the new home screen on iPad will seem like, but iOS 13 is also claimed to add a tab interface for file management enhancements and applications.
On a related note, developers participating in the testing program can install the new builds either as an over-the-air update or from the Apple Developer Center to devices already registered in the program. The public beta edition normally surfaces within a handful of days after the launch of the developer version, and can be downloaded from the website for Apple Beta Software Program.
It seems that there will be comparatively few major modifications coming as fraction of iOS 12.1, with the bulk of changes being advancements to what was offered in iOS 12. That being stated, there are still some features in the roll out worth applauding for.
Earlier tested in beta before being removed from the iOS 12 roll out, support for Group FaceTime has re-entered, permitting consumers to perform video calls with almost 32 users simultaneously.