Apple is hosting the WWDC conference next week, when we should see iOS 13 in action; before that, Brazilian developer Guilherme Rambo has already announced some changes to the iPhone and iPad interface, including the new dark mode and the redesigned Reminders app.
At the 9to5Mac, Guilherme says that these images are not mockups: they are screenshots of iOS 13 with some hidden information to protect the source. In them, you can see the Music app with dark mode, in which Apple adopts a black background (instead of the dark gray recommended by Google). This can help save battery life on OLED screens, which turn off pixels to reproduce black.
On the home screen, the only noticeable change is in the bottom application bar, which has a dark background (instead of white). Perhaps Apple has prepared wallpapers suitable for dark mode. This feature can be activated in Settings or in the Control Center.
Reminders and Find iPhone get a new look on iOS 13
The Reminders app will get a new look on iOS 13, like the Bloomberg had gone ahead. It will have four sections for different types of tasks: “Today”, “Scheduled”, “Flagged” and “Everyone”. There is also a search box and an area to gather different lists.
In addition, the Find iPhone and Find My Friends services will be merged into one application, currently called “Find My”; it shows a large map that fills the entire screen of the device. There is a small window in the corner with two tabs: one lists family and friends; the other displays the user’s devices.
Another change in the user interface in iOS 13 is the interface that appears after a screenshot. Instead of showing a gray background with small editing tools at the bottom, iOS 13 shows a blurred version of the wallpaper and more annotation tools. On the iPad, you can change the position of the bottom tray by dragging it across the screen.
Apple is expected to announce iOS 13 next Monday (3), during the WWDC opening keynote – and the Tecnoblog will be there! We hope that the first trial version will be released immediately to developers; the public beta is expected to open in a few weeks.
With information: 9to5Mac.