Apple’s annual developer conference is just around the corner. It is expected to be in June and some rumors already point to the first days of that month. Possibly the biggest novelty we will see is iOS 13 and although a dark mode is expected among its changes, there are many others we would like to see and this concept proposes them.
AppleiOS 13 will bring important changes: which iPhone and iPad will be compatible?
From Concepts iPhone they show us a new video with (as they say) more than 40 changes in iOS 13 for iPhone and iPad . The most relevant change we see is an obscure interface that although it has some unforgivable flaws in interface designs, it is very close to what Apple could be preparing. But there are many more changes, such as blocking apps, Siri as a notification, calls that don’t take up the whole screen, PiP mode for videos on iPhone… Take a look at the full video:
In the video we can see some interesting ideas, not because they are new as such, but because come from watchOS or iOS for iPad . For example, we see how it would be if Apple allowed us to have several block screens with different complications in each of them, like in the Apple Watch. In the video you can also see the window in window mode of the videos. This mode is available on the iPad and allows us to continue watching a video from a specific app while we continue using the iPad normally. Apple does not offer it on smaller screens at this time.
We also found a redesign for Apple Music with more prominent buttons and a clearer organization by lists and sections. An idea that a certain iOS app that will soon be available on the App Store already offers. We’ll see if Apple gets ahead of the game with iOS 13, although it seems unlikely that they’ll make such drastic changes to Apple Music’s interface.
In the video you can see other details such as the recognition of popular buildings by camera and in augmented reality. Or the blocking of applications to limit their use with a password. Emojis at the bottom of the keyboard, calculator app for the iPad and… we even have a mouse connection to the iPad, this would be worth seeing.
In June we’ll probably get out of the way and see how Apple has prepared its operating system for next year. We can bet on a change in the interface with a dark mode like in Mojave macros and maybe a drastic redesign in the startup screen and its icons. Beyond that, it’s unlikely we’ll have any relevant changes.