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Today we round up the top iOS 13, MacOS 10.15 and WatchOS 6 rumors and preview all the changes your Apple devices could see in the coming months, along with anything else Apple could surprise us with at WWDC 2019. We're also taking a look at Apple's latest product launch: the new seventh-generation iPod Touch, which seemed to come out of nowhere this week.
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Rumor - Design - Changes - Year - Brand
Rumor has it, iOS 13 is bringing big design changes this year, with a brand new home screen, alternate color scheme and potentially some fresh fonts to choose from.
This week 9to5mac got hold of some screenshots of what the rumored dark mode would look like on the iPhone. According to the publication, you'll have two options to activate dark mode: toggling a switch from Settings, or pressing a new button in your control center for easy access. Apple's MacOS Mojave brought dark mode to Macs last year, and just a few weeks ago at its developers conference, Google also announced a new dark mode for Android Q.
Apple - Systemwide - Dark - Mode
Apple's systemwide dark mode could arrive in iOS 13.
It's not just the interface that's getting changes. According to a recent Bloomberg report, a lot of Apple's native apps are getting an overhaul too. The Messages app is rumored to be getting a WhatsApp style makeover with profile pictures and status updates, a new Swype-style keyboard similar to Google's Gboard, along with an undo feature that would allow you to go back in time and revert changes when typing. And it wouldn't be an iOS update without some new Animoji and Memoji features, which Apple is also rumored to be beefing up in iOS 13.
Maps - Mail - Reminders - Apps - Refreshes
The Maps, Mail and Reminders apps are all said to get some minor refreshes as...
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