Published: Wed, April 17, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

Facebook Messenger dark mode now available for all users

Facebook Messenger dark mode now available for all users

Mails found in the app can be categorized via specific sections such as marketing, purchases, travel, and even "not important" among others.

Apple will unveil iOS 13 on June 3rd, and release the first beta version in the weeks following the event.

WWDC typically reveals some of the new key features that will arrive on iPhones and iPads in September, but we've already got an idea of a couple of the updates that should come with iOS 13 thanks to a report from 9to5Mac. Also, it is claimed to enhance the existing productivity experience by adding the ability to have multiple windows and a new undo gesture specifically for iPad users.

Apple will also be introducing a system-wide undo gesture on the iPad with iOS 13. Trying to analyze this update, the incorporation of new gestures might actually complement the release of new products like the Apple Watch Series 5 which is also rumored to have motion detection sensors. It will allow users to sort their emails into various categories. This new gestures will be available in table and collection views which are used by a majority of apps displaying a huge amount of data. However, since shaking an iPad looks a bit weird, iOS 13 is said to bring a new standard undo option for iPad users. This would help prevent an issue where users are forced to move the user-agent to a desktop version.

Developers would be able to use a different status bar style, including light or dark, for each side of an in-app split view. It will be completely revamped to make it less obtrusive in nature. "Hey Siri" detection will also improve along with multilingual support for the keyboard.

People familiar with the development of iOS shared details with 9to5Mac about the main features of iOS 13, seemingly confirming that a system-wide Dark Mode is finally coming to iPhone and iPad, as is a brand new volume HUD to replace the one that has been annoying iOS users for years. Further, font management on iOS 13 is also said to receive a major upgrade with a dedicated panel to manage fonts. And according to the report, here are the features that you can expect from the next-generation software.

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