iOS 13 would be the latest ever Apple Operating System to come out. We can already assume iPhone 11 won’t be bringing significant changes to the company’s phone line as Apple previously formally declined any news of upcoming foldable phone in development. Although, the software will be a brand new face for iPhones. As data miners and researchers already confirmed that we’re due for a fresh home screen layout and system-wide dark mode.
You can think iOS 13 as an update that is everything that you didn’t see in iOS 12 and iOS 12.2, as these iOS versions were focused on providing users with stability and bug fixes. The time has come for Apple’s primary UI and app redesigns.
iOS 13 update is rumored to be June 3, 2019, in San Jose, California on Monday while apple hosts its annual WWDC 2019 keynote. Sources indicate by the end of June 2019 the beta version would be globally available for the user to test out and find out its stability. Soon later in September 2019 when Apple is scheduled to launch new iPhones, it will reveal iOS 13 alongside. The first iOS 13 beta version will likely arrive at or a few days after WWDC event and firstly will only be available for register developers.
iOS 13 might bring the most significant change in the history of iOS by revamping its basic UI design which has been similar since the first iPhone launched in 2007. iOS 13 also finally bring the most asked ‘Dark Mode’ in its UI. Apple introduced a dark mode for macOS at WWWC last year, so many sources have reported Apple would do same for iPhones in 2019. If the rumor is accurate, this will make it easier to look at apps at nighttime.
Many more changes are expected to introduce such as major camera revamp, addition of new UI for many other Apple devices like Apple Watch, etc., alongside all this support for only selected iPhones.