What to Expect from iOS 13 – Release Date and More
Apple is preparing to launch their iOS 13 in less than two weeks. This is going to be the biggest thing for those having an iPhone or iPad device. According to the rumors, the iOS 13 is said to have stackable app windows in Apple iPad, Dark Mode and a long overdue home screen reform. If we look back into history, the American tech giant has always launched its new mobile software at the yearly developer keynote. So the first look of the new update should unveil on Monday, June 3.
The historical pattern also tells us that Apple usually makes vivid changes to iPad after two year. This means a tablet-sized software update is expected in 2019. Rumors also talk about the alleged mouse support and the possibility of using tablet as second screen.
Release Date of iOS 13
- WWDC 2019 keynotes to take place on Monday June 3 in San Jose, California
- iOS 13 developer beta is likely to be released for paid Apple developers in early June
- iOS 13 public beta may launch for avid testers in late June
- Finally the iOS 13 is expected to launch with 2019 iPhones in September 2019
Although the compatibility concerns are not confirmed until now, yet the oldest devices to get the iOS 13 update may include iPhone 6, Apple iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Mini 3, iPad Air 2 and iPod Touch 6th Gen.
Home Screen Redesign
We all know that the tiled home screen design has not changed even once since 2017. This redesign was allegedly pushed back from the iOS 12. It may include the glanceable information like the five-day forecast. So things are expected to be changed with the upcoming update.
Big iPad changes are expected with the arrival of iOS 13. The update could enable the iPad to act as an external monitor for Mac devices. Mouse support is also leaked according to some rumors. The external hard drives are likely to work better with Apple iPad Pro.
There are high chances of seeing the Dark Mode in the looming iOS 13. Aside from other features, the camera app of apple looks very basic and need a decent redesign for better photography experience. Apple is aware of this thing and must be bringing something great along iOS 13 to lift up its camera technology. Moreover, the new update should bring some exciting new health and activity apps to keep users healthy.