Leaked Screenshots Reveal iOS 13 Dark Mode, Updated Apps And More

Apple is scheduled to announce iOS 13 on June 3rd, however it looks like we are going to get an early sneak peak at the new operating system. Screenshots for iOS 13 have been leaked by 9to5Mac, which show us some of its new features including the dark mode and redesigned applications.

According to 9to5Mac’s Guilherme Rambo, Dark Mode feature of iOS 13 will be optional and can be enabled or disabled through the Settings app. There will also be a Dark Mode button in the Control Center for quick access. When the dark mode is enabled it will change the color scheme for apps and different UI elements such as the home screen Dock shown in the leaked screenshots and the screenshot editing interface.

Leaked iOS 13 screenshots also show us how the stock Music app will look like when the dark mode is enabled. As revealed in the screenshots, apps will display a dark black background while the overall look of the Music app looks similar to how it appears when Smart Invert feature is on.

Stock Reminders app is also getting a significant redesign with iOS 13, which has been leaked in the screenshots. The new design appears to be simpler than the current one and offers large sidebar with boxes for Today, Scheduled, Flagged and All filters.

The home screen icon for the new ‘Find My’ app has also been shown in one of the leaked images. The new Find My app as we have previously reported is a new service that has came into being after the merger of Find My iPhone and Find My Friends services. Now both of these features will be available under a single application.

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