Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has long had sources within Apple, and he brought them, in reality, earlier nowadays sharing a full host of the company’s plans for WWDC event of this year. WWDC kicks off on third of June, and Gurman has nowadays given quite a glimpse at what iOS 13, watchOS 6, and macOS 10.15 includes.
Other than the offering a disclaimer that the plans of Apple are fluid, most of the information mentioned here has been recently rumored in other smaller reports as well.
Having all the information in one place, confirmed by a source inside Apple apparently. It gives us hope that this year’s OS update will be pretty special.
iOS 13 Upgrade
Starting with iOS 13, the report has almost all the information that we have been heard before today. It includes a new Dark Mode that can be flicked on and off, and updated first-party apps such as Reminders, Books and Messages. A revamped Health app is also in the process, making it easier than ever to help you see health information that includes new metrics surrounding sleep.
The reminder app is also set to receive an upgrade for both iOS and macOS platforms, with a new grid layout that features due tasks of today, scheduled tasks, flagged tasks, and a lot more. This update will make the Reminders app more useful especially for those who need something more capable than that which is available now.
The Apple Watch is rumored to get new toys and for that thanks to watchOS 6, too. The noticeable news here is an on-device App Store that will allow apps to be installed and for that, there is no need of iPhone. There will be a new calculator and health apps that are specifically designed to track medication and menstrual cycles. Built-In support for listening to audiobooks via Apple Books, according to the report.
Heading towards Mac, one of the biggest features will be the screen extension that was recent. That will allow users of iPads to extend the display of Mac onto their tablet, making Apple Pencil support interesting for use with Mac apps. New multitasking features are also on the way, and much more.
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