IOS 13 to have dark mode, undo gesture, multiple windows on iPad

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Safari on the iPad will automatically ask for a desktop version of a website when necessary, preventing a common scenario that sees iPhone versions of sites popping up on the tablet (hello, YouTube).

The news comes courtesy of "people familiar with the development of the operating system" who have been speaking with 9to5Mac.

Undo gesture. A new system gesture will formalize Undo across all apps that use a keyboard.

Users now have the option of selecting their profile picture on Messenger to access your settings, then you will find a toggle option for dark mode on Messenger. 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.

In addition, the report says that there will be improved multitasking on the iPad with iOS 13, including support for multiple windows and stackable cards in apps. Earlier only Undo typing has been available which required a physical shaking of the iPhone to enable the feature, which was certainly awkward.

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Apple will also improve the multitasking experience on the iPad with iOS 13. On iPad (at least), you might be able to undo and redo actions by sliding three fingers left or right on the keyboard area. This will help users differentiate between multiple Split View windows.

The Mail app will organize messages into categories such as marketing, purchases, travel, and "not important", with all of these being searchable. "Users will be able to drag with multiple fingers on a list or collection of items to draw a selection, similar to clicking and dragging in Finder on the Mac", the report claims.

Generally, the iOS 13 update seems to be geared towards various productivity functions and is focusing on new gestures.

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.

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