All iOS users can expect some significant changes to Apple's next iOS 13, which will provide more power to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. According to industry insiders, Apple's upcoming mobile operating system will make major design changes. Among the notable is the removal of volume HUD and scrolls up the screen.
When the incident comes close, people near Apple will release more and more details. From rumors and gossip, it is clear that Apple will launch changes to make the lives of IOS users more comfortable and easier.
No Volume HUD in iOS 13: XDA's Max Weinbach Tweets
The Cupertino-based Apple plans to throw volume heads-up display (HUD) in the next edition of iOS 1
Obviously, this is a visual interruption for those who see something interesting on their iOS devices. XDA's Max Weinbach has tweeted that Apple removes this look from iOS devices with iOS 13.
Then just got some great news …
In iOS 13, the volume is HUD gone!
– Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) February 19, 2019
Apart from this, Max Weinbach believes that iOS 13 will be groundbreaking; But he didn't share any details about the upcoming operating system.
Although there is a mixed response to Apple's volume HUD, some users do not like this feature. On the one hand, ordinary users are satisfied with the appearance of the volume HUD, on the other hand, pro users will not see the disturbing thing on the screen.
Apple is likely to release iOS 13 for iOS users at WWDC in June from January 3-7, 2019. The venue is most likely to be the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose.
It's all people!
Like many users, I hate to see the volume HUD, which prevents me from celebrating on my favorite videos on my iPhone and iPad. By removing the HUD from the screen, Apple seems to pay enough attention to public demand.
Do you think the volume removal HUD is one of the things you have in your iOS 13 wish list?
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