The designer showed off iOS 13 with dark mode and improved ambiguity
Less than a month has passed since the release of iOS 12, which is mainly aimed at bug fixes and performance improvements. But the designers already are guessing what Apple may do in the next version of the system.
Your concept iOS 13 presented designer Jacob Rendin. Although Apple did not give any hints as to what will iOS 13, there is a list of features that users have long wanted to see in the system. In his concept of Rendin introduced a dark theme, Always On Display, enhanced multitasking, and a new home screen.
Third-party concepts rarely reflected in the ideas of Apple, so it is unlikely that this will be no exception. However, some of the decisions Apple may adopt.
In iOS 12, the company did not resort to major changes. Instead, Apple has focused on the development of functions that help to monitor the time a user spends on a smartphone.