Cupertino based tech giant has kept tight lips over its new mobile operating system, iOS 13.
The newer version of Apple’s Mobile OS is expected to bring forward some major design and performance enhancements.
The recent iOS 13 concept that has surface related to the design changes in the UI.
The highly touted render made by Daniel Korpai a product designer at Invision.
After weeks of hard work, Korpai put forward the render of how Apple’s new multitasking UI(User Interface) might look like on iPad after the iOS 13 update.
The concept improves the multitasking windows with easier transitions and screen allocation for the applications.
The transition takes place using a drag and drop mechanism.
Another UI revamp in iOS 13 update that Apple might be working on according to rumors, is the way the system handles the volume and other additional controls and their notification on the screen. Currently, volume notification obstructs the whole screen which can be an issue for some users.
Recent iOS 13 renders also suggest that Apple is going to thin the volume notifications padding. And they will move it to side like Android volume notification. Currently, there is no way to remove the volume HUD if it appears on the screen.
iOS 13 is touted to pack some major UI revamp for the home screen, mail and alarm clock app.
If rumors are to believed then Dark Mode is also going make it to the iOS 13.
It could be happening due to the fact Google is going to provide a dark mode system wide in Android Q. Google has provided the system-wide dark mode in Android Q beta for the Pixel Devices.
iOS 13 Release Date
Apple is going to launch its newer mobile OS at Worldwide Developer Conference and the beta will be dropped around June.
The stable version of iOS 13 will be available for download in the month of September through OTA channel.