Global leak: new chips in iOS 13

As you know, iOS 13 will be released at the Worldwide Developers Conference in early June. Updated

The mobile platform will receive a number of innovations, aboutwhich will become known only at the presentation. However, now we can discuss several new features, which, according to developer Steve Troughton-Smith, will definitely be in the updated firmware. So, here's what we can expect in iOS 13.

Black Theme, Dark Mode, dark mode…It doesn’t matter what it’s called, the main thing is that this long-awaited feature will finally be implemented in mobile firmware. You can activate the mode in Settings, as well as disable it.

We can also count on improvementmultitasking on iPad, including support for multiple windows. Each window can contain multiple sheets, which are initially attached to a portion of the screen, but can be detached with a drag-and-drop gesture, becoming a card that can be moved freely. These cards can also be stacked or removed.

Also, you can please in iOS 13 new HUD. The volume indicator is finally reworked, and it will not be as intrusive as the current one.

A new gesture will also be added to iPad forcancel the entered text except the current shaking gesture. According to the leak, the new gesture will involve tapping three fingers on an area of ​​the keyboard, and then users can move left or right to undo and redo actions interactively.

Plus, iOS 13 plans to introduce additionalgestures that allow you to select multiple elements in tables. They will work similarly to clicking and dragging in the Finder on a Mac. Safari on iPad on iOS 13 will automatically request the desktop version of websites when needed, and the Mail app will organize messages into searchable categories like marketing, shopping, travel, whatever, and more. D. It is also reported that the new email application will have a “read later” feature.

Other new features includeability to manage fonts in iOS 13 through the Settings application. The Reminder app will be updated to include improvements to the Hey Siri functionality, improved multilingual support for keyboards and dictation, and expanded in-app print controls. That's probably all we know for now.