Apple is expected to launch the latest version of iOS on Monday at its annual conference, WWDC, in San Jose tomorrow at 10am PDT. Michael Calcada, a Toronto-based UI/UX designer, has released a new iOS 13 concept video ahead of the worldwide developers conference that showcases “many new innovative features and improvements along with the power of augmented reality in your pocket.” To start, there’s an “always-on display” to take advantage of the power-efficient OLED displays on the latest iPhone models for showing the time and status indicators as white text against a plain black background. Read more for the clip and additional information.
“A redesigned notification hub is another part of the vision, which would group notifications in a section at the top of the screen, and show a dot in the status bar and on the always-on display to indicate how many notifications are pending. Other features Calcada imagines include a dynamic dock and new app icons, along with new gestures, such as bringing up Control Centre with a circular swipe gesture up and around from the right, new homescreen widgets, and redesigned banners for incoming phone calls and a less invasive volume indicator,” reports iDropNews.