WWDC isn't far away now, and we have heard rumors about what we can expect at the event. One of the big announcements is expected to be iOS 13. This is the version of iOS that is rumored to leave behind some older smartphones, such as the beloved iPhone SE.
If you are on one of those older devices, you may not get to enjoy the goodness that iOS 13 will bring to Apple gadgets. 9to5Mac was sent some screenshots that are claimed to be of iOS 13 that shows off what the anticipated Dark Mode will look like. According to the leak, Dark Mode can be turned on in the Settings app or via an option inside Control Center.
On the iOS Home Screen, the only noticeable change is in the Dock that Goes to a dark black background rather than the default light colored background. Apple will reportedly launch new wallpapers that work in dark mode. Where Dark Mode really struts its stuff is in apps like Music (as seen above).
In that app, Apple is using a true black background and word is that on devices with an OLED screen, that background could save battery power as well since no juice is needed to light up black pixels. Another iOS 13 change noted in the leaked screens has to do with taking screenshots. After a screenshot is snapped, the clear, but smaller than full-screen image is shown with markup tools that allow you to draw or write on your screenshot.
Another significant change tipped is a major redesign for Reminders; the app will have a large sidebar for "Today," "Scheduled," "Flagged," and "All" on iPads. The update will also unify the Find My Friends and Find My iPhone features. Apple is expected to unveil iOS 13 during the WWDC keynote next Monday.