Apple is likely to introduce iOS 13 to WWDC in June, and concept makers are already introducing what features the update can bring. New Video Concept shows new features on iOS 13, such as the revised Siri interface, Dark Mode, and more.
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The concept is quite reliable and is unlikely Apple will implement near the 40 new features of iOS 13 are shown here. However, video is a neat way to imagine what iOS 13 might include and what it can later get to iOS
For example, the video offers less intrusive Siri interfaces, volume controls, and incoming calls. Currently, all three interfaces take over the entire display.
The concept further presents a continuous display of iPhone X and iPhone XS. This all-black interface will show the time, date, and four custom "complications" similar to watchOS. Such complications may include Activity Activity, Time, and more.
The Apple Music interface is also upgraded to this concept as well as the Camera app. In the Camera app there are additional settings for video control, pause support in videos, and more. The Apple Music Update includes new social tabs and other settings.
Other new iOS 13 features included in the video include mouse support and multiple iPad profiles, Siri suggestions in Messages, Face ID support support, and more.
Realistic details of what iOS 13 will bring in terms of new features are scarce at this point. Bloomberg announced last month that iOS 13 will add Dark Mode, a home screen for iPad, improved file management, CarPlay enhancements, and tabbed apps.
Apple will demonstrate iOS 13 at WWDC in June, a public version will probably come in September along with iPhone 2019. What features of iOS 13 are you hoping to see? Let's find out in the comments.
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