Something to look forward to: Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference has historically given us our first look at the next version of iOS and this year is expected to be no different.
There will be a lot of iPad-specific changes in iOS 13, including the ability for apps to have multiple windows. According to 9 to 5 Mac, the iPad windows can now be detached via drag gesture and presented accordingly like cards which are said to be similar to a project called "PanelKit". Users would also be able to close multiple apps by flinging away their cards. On iPad, Safari will perhaps automatically request the desktop versions of certain sites to prevent them from displaying versions more tailored to phone screens.
The new iPad features promise a more flexible way to use multiple apps at once.
There is an undo gesture support on iOS devices that lets users revoke typing by physically shaking the device.
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Font management will also be improved as a part of iOS 13, with a new font management panel being a part of the OS.
IPad users will also be treated to a new undo gesture; now, iOS users have to physically shake their device to undo, but with iOS 13, iPad users will be able to perform a three-finger tap on the keyboard area, after which sliding left and right will allow users to undo and redo actions. Alongside the iOS 13 update, this year's WWDC is likely to be a place where Apple would unveil macOS 10.5, watchOS 6, and tvOS 13. Developers will also get a new standard font picker component, and users will be notified each time when they open a document that doesn't have available fonts. The app will be able to organise emails into categories, such as travel or purchases, and users will be able to add messages to a "Read Later" queue too. Now while that may have seen a very cool little hidden feature, Facebook has now made a decision to implement the feature into the settings of the Messenger app across iOS and Android.
There's also a new volume HUD in the works as well as better multilingual support for keyboards and dictation, additional in-app printing controls, a redesigned Reminders app and improved "Hey Siri" rejection for common false triggers.