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iOS 13 Dark Mode Previewed — Screenshots Leaked ahead of WWDC’19



Dark mode feature on your smartphone is something which every smartphone manufacturer should adapt to at least in the premium segment of smartphones. With every high-end Android and even mid-range phones shifting to those Dark AMOLED panels and also the recent iPhones shifting to OLED from LCD — dark mode is necessary as it is much useful for conserving the battery as well. Not only the battery, but the dark mode also helps to use your smartphone more pleasingly to your eyes, especially in the darker environments.

In the recent past Android OEMs that include — Samsung, OnePlus have had already implemented the dark mode natively in their flagship smartphones User Interface (UI). For instance, Samsung’s OneUI and OnePlus’ OxygenOS have already been featuring the dark mode system-wide and within the apps as well. And, recently with Android Q, Google has also introduced new system-wide dark mode, which would further help app developers to bring the native dark mode within their respective apps likewise. That said, the other tech giant — Apple has also been in the news lately for its system-wide dark mode with the upcoming iOS 13 update for all the Apple products.

A new exclusive 9to5Mac report has revealed new screenshots of forthcoming iOS 13 that is scheduled to be introduced at WWDC, this year, which is technically a week away. The report had shown us what Apple’s system-wide dark mode on iOS 13 would look like and going by those screenshots, it indeed looks encouraging. The screenshots showcase native Apple Music app with dark interface all over, and other parts of the iOS 13 interface —like the screenshot capturing page in the dark mode as well. The Cupertino tech giant is reportedly said to be adding a toggle for turning on/off for the dark mode in the control center alongside in the general system settings.

With the introduction of the much awaited dark mode, iPhone’s OLED displays would take the most advantage of this feature. Enabling it will turn off the blue light emission of those bright displays, but the existing night light feature also does that, regardless the new dark mode will surely be an advantage since it also reduces iPhone’s battery consumption as well.

Apart from the much awaited dark mode, the report also reveals new screenshots of the revamped ‘Reminders’ app as well. To know more about what iOS 13 would be offering come back here on June 3rd as we can witness the unveiling of the new iOS 13 for all the Apple products.



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