Some of Apple's homegrown apps will be getting a much-needed upgrade, too; in iOS 13, Safari will automatically ask for a desktop version of websites when necessary, preventing a common issue where websites will render their iPhone version, while Mail will be getting a Gmail-style makeover that allows users to organise messages into categories and add messages to a "read later" queue. The new dark mode will enable users to use their Apple products more comfortably in the darker environments and in the night, which will further help sleep easily since there wouldn't be any blue light emissions from those super bright OLED displays. Another significant change in the new iOS 13 would finally get rid of obtrusive volume slider that shows up on the center of the screen every time you change it, which has been quite annoying in Apple devices on the whole.
Multitasking will be another big focus, with iOS 13 set to introduce the ability apps to have multiple windows, with each window offering sheets. Earlier only Undo typing has been available which required a physical shaking of the iPhone to enable the feature, which was certainly awkward.More news: New Palestinian PM sworn in before President Abbas
Then there's also font management that's expected to improve the text interface of both phone and tablets.
The Mail app in iOS is going to get some functionality improvements with iOS 13.More news: Shikhar Dhawan: Eden Gardens pitch different to Delhi
Apple will also improve the multitasking experience on the iPad with iOS 13.
Multi-select gesture. A new system-wide gesture will let users multi-select items in table and collection views. Likewise, users would also be able to reset their position by double-clicking the divider. It would span across all of Apple's native iOS apps. This sounds similar to the Split View apps on the Mac.More news: Trump to award Tiger Woods Presidential Medal of Freedom
Additional features include a new font management tool in Settings, improved collaboration in third-party document-based apps, a new gesture for multiple items selection, better "Hey Siri" rejection for background noise, improved multilingual support for keyboards and dictation, and improved in-app printing controls.