This year, Apple is going to hold its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) on June 3 to 7. Company has also sent out press invites for its keynote event, which is going to take place at the McEnery Convention Center on June 3 at 10 AM Pacific in San Jose, California. Apple will unveil the upcoming iOS 13 at the even for the very first time.
Apple to Unveil iOS 13 on June 3
According to the rumors, the iOS 13 will come with a native dark mode, which is also introduced by many other apps. Google added the dark mode in the latest Android Q beta as well.
It is also to be expected that Apple is going to unveil its other operating systems’ new versions including watchOS (with support for an on-watch App Store rumored), tvOS, and macOS (to which iPad apps are allegedly coming). We will get to see all these operating systems at the upcoming event.
However, we can expect changes in iOS 13 to the volume interface, major iPad updates with new multitasking capabilities, new gestures for undo/redo, a revamped Find My iPhone app and Find My Friends, updated Reminders and Mail apps.
So get ready for the event, which is not so far, in order to get to know the new updates. If you are interested to watch the live streaming on June 3 then click here to visit.
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