Apple is hard at work on the next update for its popular operating system, iOS 13, and many users are looking forward to the release of a new major update. Many designers released several renders which aim to show how the future update may look like. A new render set released by a popular Spanish designer reveals the new iOS 13 features, and they seem excellent for iPad tablets.
iOS 13 Rumored Features Show Improvements For iPad Tablets
iOS 13 to sport new looks
The first renders reveal a revamped Notification and Control Center, with the looks being inspired by the latest macOS version. Users have the option to use expandable folders which increase productivity.
Reinvented Files app
Users interested in productivity are asking for a revamped app, and the render shows a beautiful transformation. The Files app unites the entire content on the device in a sidebar menu which is handy and easy to use. Long-pressing on a group grants access to several options.
According to a reliable source, Apple may integrate a desktop extension feature within the new iOS 13 update. This change is anticipated in the form of Continuity; a feature allows the users to use the iPad as an external display for a Mac device.
New apps in iOS 13
Users will have the option to use iPhone apps on their device, making the multitasking mode even better. After the task is finished apps which are no longer needed can be closed by sliding them down.
Improved Bluetooth protocol
Connect your Bluetooth accessories with a single tap on the banner.
This is another feature that would make many Apple fans happy. By pressing on the Power button for a few seconds, users will have the option to switch to a different user account. To complete the process, the device will use Face ID to confirm your identity.
Dark mode in iOS 13
It is already known that a system-wide Dark Mode will make an appearance in iOS 13. The last renders show how the feature will loo, and it is quite impressive.
Until an official announcement appears iPad users can only hope that at least some of these features will be available when iOS 13 rolls out.
Alvin Mathews was born and raised in Tampa. Alvin has worked as a freelance journalist for half a decade and written for Tribune Media, the AP and MSNBC. As a journalist for Miami Morning Star, Alvin mostly covers community events and human interest stories.