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Apple is set to reveal iOS 13 at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote on June 3rd, but new screenshots have leaked showing dark mode, which is cross-compatible across the dock in apps as well as built-in screenshot tool. You’ll be able to toggle the switch in the Control Center or within the main iOS Settings page. The Reminders app also got refreshed for iOS 13, now with separate sections for today, scheduled, flagged, and all. Read more for a video detailing the new features and additional information.
“iOS 13 is also rumored to include a revamped Health app, updated Maps app, and even native support to use an iPad as a secondary Mac screen. Dark mode will be the most obvious visual change across the iPhone and iPad, though, and it follows months of third-party app developers creating their own dark mode skins for their apps,” reports The Verge.