It’s been a while since the official release of iOS 12. It makes your iPhone and iPad experience even faster, more responsive, and more delightful. And I’m sure many iOS users and designers are looking forward to the new iOS 13. When does iOS 13 come out? Will iPhone 6, 6S or SE get iOS 13? Dark mode is finally coming in iOS 13? Here are some speculations about it.
Part one: Speculations about iOS 13.
- Dark mode
Apple has introduced Dark Mode in macOS Mojave, a dramatic new look that’s easy on your eyes and helps you focus on your work. Dark Mode uses a dark color scheme that works system wide, including with the apps that come with your Mac. And third-party apps can adopt it, too. However, the news has not been confirmed. It’s been revealed that apple won’t introduce the dark mode in iOS 13, as Apple wants to test it for a long time to see if it saves power.
- Siri is getting smarter
Admittedly, Siri still lags behind many voice assistants. Based on past experience, iOS 13 beta will be released in June. iOS 13 will introduce a Siri shortcut that makes Siri smarter and more efficient, but Siri shortcuts need to be set manually.
- iOS 13 may not work on many older models
iOS 13 may abandon models of the iPhone6s and below, including the iPhone5s, iPhone 6 series, iPhone 6s series, iPad mini 2, iPad Air and iPad Air2. Of course, the specific list of supported iOS models will not be known until the official release.
- The volume control interface is adjusted
Many iOS users don’t like the current volume window, and it also occupies the middle of the screen. In order to make the interface look comfortable, this time finally changed to a small icon.
Part two: What should I do before I upgrade to iOS 13?
- Make a backup of your device.
Apple offers you two traditional modes to back up your device, but this process is complex and error-prone. Here we highly recommend you with iFonebox. With the help of it, you can transfer specific data from your iPad/iPod/iPod touch to computer easily.
- Make sure that there is enough free space on your device.
- Have your Apple ID and password ready.