A new leak regarding iOS 13: the Swipe keyboard, Dark Mode and updates iMessage, Health and Screen Time
The biggest change may occur with the native keyboard according to Bloomberg citing anonymous sources. Apple is testing a swipe-style keyboard in SwiftKey and other third-party extensions keyboard.

There are new details about the updated applications, including iMessage, Health, Reminders and Find My iPhone. Today’s report also confirms previous rumors about the system-wide mode and Dark Mode feature that allows you to use your iPad as a second display for your Mac.

The keynote report Apple WWDC 2019 will be held on Monday, June 3, that’s where we expect to see iOS 13, and watchOS 6 and macOS 10.15 first beta version of the software soon after.

Changes in iOS 13
According to reports, iOS 13 will launch a long-awaited mode, Dark Mode, very similar to the one that already appeared in macOS 10.14 Mojave last year. Dark mode will be combined with “sleep Mode”, located in the standard Clock application.

Updated app Apple Health will better reflect the daily activities of the user, to track your menstrual cycles and to monitor the “health hearing” given the volume of the headphone and the external environment.

In iMessage, according to rumors, you can add profile photo and name as in WhatsApp. It’s also possible, in iOS 13 Animoji and Memoji will appear in the form of stickers.

It is assumed that the standard email client will be more powerful, with the ability to disable individual threads, blocking incoming email from specific contacts and updates of the management interface folders, according to Bloomberg.

App Screen Time will expand the possibilities of parental control — parents can restrict the circle of persons with whom children can and can’t communicate at certain times and Apple’s Books, as they say, get progress tracking system and a reward system as the user (or his child) read books.

We know exactly what will appear (and not appear) in the new version of iOS in a month when Apple will demonstrate iOS at WWDC 13 by 2019.

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