iOS 13 Concept Shows iPad Multi-User Accounts, System-Wide Dark Mode, And Tons More
With Apple set to hold its WWDC 2019 conference in a few short months, attention is already starting to turn to what we will see when Tim Cook and co walk out into the stage. One of those things, among others, is likely to be iOS 13.
While not set to be available until September, WWDC is when we will see iOS 13 unveiled, with developers then given a few months to get their apps ready for the big launch. There are high expectations for this release, and we’ve been treated to a new concept video, showing just what we might get.
There have been plenty of rumors surrounding what the new release will have, including a new Dark Mode and more. That’s informed the creation of this new video, and it’s quite the look into not only what has been reported so far, but also what many of us are wishing for.
Alongside the much anticipated Dark Mode, we see an updated Siri interface and an improved Music app, something that we would definitely be pleased to see. Less likely, but probably more useful, would be the inclusion of an always-on display for those using phones with OLED screens, just like many Android phones already offer. The idea of implications, just like the Apple Watch, showing information and notifications without users having to wake the phone first would be pretty sweet. We just don’t see it happening, unfortunately.
If you’re as jazzed for iOS 13 as we are, check the video out for yourselves and see what you think. If even a portion of this comes to fruition, iOS 13 could be quite the release for everyone.