Massive Leak Reveals First-Ever Screenshots Of iOS 13 On iPhone on Dark Mode

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Since the release of iOS 12, there have been countless leaks revealing details of the iOS 13. With just a few days before the Apple WWDC 2019, tech enthusiasts have been eagerly waiting for the announcement and release of the highly anticipated iOS version. However, today, a new set of screenshots surfaced online revealing what the iPhone could like with iOS 13, new reminders app, and several other new features.

9to5mac first reported the screenshots of what appears to be the details of the much-awaited iOS 13. It reveals that the Dark Mode can be enabled in the Settings or through Control Center option for quick access to the latest feature. The only noticeable change in the home screen if the Dark Mode is turned on is the change in the device's dock.

With the new mode, the dock reveals a dark tint instead of the light one in the previous iOS. Most likely, Apple will include new themes and wallpapers that will absolutely look great with the latest mode rolled out by the new OS. It appears that the Cupertino-based tech giant is utilizing a true black background as seen when accessing the Music app in Dark Mode.

The new mode could greatly affect the performance of the device especially its battery life. It is worth noting that aside from the stunning effect of the true black background on the OLED, the display will no longer have to use power to light up the dark pixels. in addition to the Dark Mod, the leaks also revealed that the iOS 13 will roll out major changes in the reminders app.

When accessed through an iPad, the latest reminders app has a huge sidebar with independent boxes for the categories, today, flagged, scheduled, and all. It also comes with a search box and a set of user’s reminders’ list. Moreover, the new reminders app uses a new font, which is the SF UI Rounded font.

The Find My iPhone and Find My Friends, as reported earlier, are now unified in iOS 13. The new app is now called Find My and has received massive redesign especially when accessed using an iPad. As one of its new features, the app shows a huge map the occupies the entire screen of the device.

Apple is set to announce the iOS 13 during the opening keynote at WWDC 2019. The developer data should be available as soon as possible with the public data beginning in the succeeding weeks.

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