Dark Mode. A system-wide Dark Mode will be configurable in Settings, and it will come in a high-contrast version similar to how it works today in macOS. Oh, and iPad apps that run on a Mac through Marzipan will be able to take advantage of dark mode on both systems. This includes a system-wide Dark mode, multitasking improvements on the iPad, an improved Mail app, and more.
"Each window will also be able to contain sheets that are initially attached to a portion of the screen, but can be detached with a drag gesture, becoming a card that can be moved around freely", according to 9to5. On AMOLED screens there is of course also a power saving versus using white screens.
Apple will also improve the multitasking experience on the iPad with iOS 13. Dark mode cuts down the glare from your phone for use in low light situations, so you can use the Messenger features you love no matter when or where you are.
Safari on iOS 13 for iPad will automatically ask for the desktop version of a site instead of the mobile version as well, including YouTube and others. The report said that this can be done via a three-finger tap gesture on the keyboard area to trigger the function. To make users comfortable with the gesture, Apple will show a tutorial the first time they open the keyboard.
You may also find it easier to select multiple items in table and collection views by dragging several fingers across them. This will help users differentiate between multiple Split View windows.
Font management will be upgraded too, with a dedicated panel in Settings, meaning you won't have to install a profile to get new fonts anymore.
Furthermore, the report adds that font management is expected to improve on iOS 13, along with a redesigned Reminders app, improved "Hey Siri" rejection, multilingual support for keyboards and dictation, as well as more options for in-app printing controls and more.
Worknesh Degefa and Lawrence Cherono win Boston Marathon
Fauble and fellow American Jared Ward were also in the top 10, clocking 2:09:09 and 2:09:25 in seventh and eighth respectively. Linden finished in 2 hours, 27 minutes, almost 13 minutes faster than when she battled through icy rain to win in 2018.