When it comes to Apple's product cycle, it's no surprise that new iPhone releases always give more attention than new iOS updates. And for good reason there have been no drastic updates to iOS for a few years. Sure, we've seen some overall performance enhancements and a solid number of new features in the past, but iOS 7 was without a doubt the latest iOS update that made its headlines and generated an avalanche of excitement.
However, iOS 13 has the potential to change it. While iOS 12 was something of a Snow Leopard update with a few improvements under-the-hood system, iOS 13 will report usher in a number of strong design changes to the user interface. In fact, it has rumored that Apple initially planned to introduce a revised home screen in IOS 1
Now that we have an idea when the WWDC 2019 is slated to take place, there is a good chance that iOS 13 rumble mill is kicking into high gear the next few weeks and months. As mentioned above, iOS 13 will report introducing a brand new home screen, but you may not be too excited yet. It has been rumblings that the drastic home screen redesign we have expected can primarily be iPad-oriented.
A new home screen aside, some other iOS 13 rumors we've seen, make the rounds include a brand new Dark Mode, new Animojis, and of course enhanced health and enhanced reality features. Although it may not be very exciting in itself, a new concept video from ConceptsiPhone offers more than 40 new features for iOS 13. While not all imagined iOS 13 features are worth writing home about, there are Still some interesting ideas in the video below that we didn't mind, see Apple, add the iOS user experience.
As a quick example, object and scene detection from the Camera app works especially exciting. Another exciting feature will allow iOS users to close all apps at the same time with a single touch of a button