Bloomberg has revealed today that the next update of Apple’s operating system, iOS 13, will include a dark-mode option to facilitate viewing at night.
iOS 13 will also incorporate improvements in CarPlay, the software that allows you to use some iPhone apps on the screen of a vehicle. With iOS 12, Apple opened the door to third-party navigation apps such as Google Maps, Waze, and others.
Bloomberg also says that iOS 13 will bring specific features for iPad, such as a new home screen, the possibility of using tabs in certain applications and improvements in file management.
The company will also integrate two new services, one for subscription to magazines and another for video content.
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We’ll likely get a better idea of what features will make it into iOS 13 in June when Apple is expected to hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
iOS 13 will debut with the new iPhone models this year, which will include an updated Apple processor and an improved Face ID sensor. Its design will be similar to that of current models since the big changes will arrive in 2020, according to Bloomberg.
Beyond the iPhones, Apple plans to launch an updated version of its more affordable iPad with a screen of approximately 10″ and a faster processor. The company is also preparing a new cheaper mini iPad.