Apple users need to wait till WWDC 2019 this year to experience the first beta or public beta of the iOS 13 that will be released thereafter. The report suggests that the system-wide dark mode can be enabled through settings and it will most likely be similar to what we have seen on the earlier released dark mode for MacOS at the last year's WWDC event. Choosing to toggle on dark mode will change the theme of Messenger to a darker theme that will be much easier on the eyes, especially in low lit lighting.
There will be a lot of iPad-specific changes in iOS 13, including the ability for apps to have multiple windows. These cards can also be stacked on top of each other, and use a depth effect to indicate which cards are on top and which are on the bottom. These cards can be flung away to be dismissed.
Safari improvements. In iOS 13, Safari will automatically get the desktop version of websites when on an iPad. Now while that may have seen a very cool little hidden feature, Facebook has now made a decision to implement the feature into the settings of the Messenger app across iOS and Android.
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iOS 13 will also introduce a proper undo gesture for iPad. To make sure people are aware of this, a tutorial will appear the first time you use the keyboard after you get the update.
Font management will also be improved as a part of iOS 13, with a new font management panel being a part of the OS. And when a user opens a document that uses a font that's not in the system, a notification will be given which can easily remedy the situation and alert users of missing fonts. The Mail app meanwhile could add a read later option for messages, as well as upgraded filters that funnel emails into searchable categories including purchases, travel and "not important". You'll drag with multiple fingers on a list or collection of items to draw a selection.
There's also a new volume HUD in the works as well as better multilingual support for keyboards and dictation, additional in-app printing controls, a redesigned Reminders app and improved "Hey Siri" rejection for common false triggers.