While iOS 13 is a certainty, Apple could also refresh its Mac Pro and announce interoperability between iOS and MacOS at its annual developer conference WWDC 2019 in San Jose, California next week, reports CNET.
There is no confirmation yet but the switch to Dark Mode should be as simple as tapping a button in Control Center.
Now, with macOS 10.15, Apple kept its promise and will port even more apps from iOS, including the Music and TV apps. The biggest noticeable change would be in the dock section of the home screen, which is comparatively darker than the current tone.
iOS 13 is easily shaping up to be a major release of the OS with plenty of new features to play around with. Samsung One UI already has a Dark Theme, while Google's Android Q will bring one as well. The app also gets San Francisco UI rounded font, which was introduced in iOS 12.2. While taking a screenshot, the interface shows a blurred version of the wallpaper with markup tools at the bottom.
Bill Buckner, former baseball player, dies at 69
He was an All-Star selection in 1981 and the National League batting champion in 1980 during his time with the Chicago Cubs . Buckner, who retired to Boise, Idaho, is survived by his wife and three children: Brittany, Christen and Bobby.
Credit: 9to5MacNewly leaked screenshots, published by 9to5Mac, show us how iOS 13's rumored Dark Mode will look. Ahead of that, we get a taste of what the new Music and TV apps will look like thanks to leaked macOS 10.15 screenshots which surfaced yesterday.
We've been hearing for a while that Apple is planning to break up its iTunes software into separate apps, and these screenshots - if real - show how those apps will look.
The next screenshot shows how Reminders now has a four-quadrant sorting view, where it breaks items down by what's happening today, what's scheduled for the future, items that are flagged as important and the catch-all folder. The sidebar also includes a search box and a collection of previously saved lists of reminders. When Dark Mode is enabled, the map looks the same as it does in Maps on macOS with Dark Mode.