Facebook has been widely testing Messenger's Dark Mode for about a month now, and while the feature was available for some users, you couldn't enable it via the settings menu. Apple will also be updating all its Marzipan iPad apps on macOS to support dark mode as well. This includes a system-wide Dark mode, multitasking improvements on the iPad, an improved Mail app, and more.
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". These cards can also be stacked on top of each other, and use a depth effect to indicate which cards are on top and which are on the bottom. Both iOS and Android are working in a deep implementation of a Dark Mode over its UI, and now some third-party app makers are also working in a way to deliver a better eye-and-AMOLED-friendly experience for its users, that's case of the folks at Facebook, that for quite some time have been working a dark mode implementation for their infamous Messenger. "The gesture starts as a three-finger tap on the keyboard area, sliding left and right allows the user to undo and redo actions interactively", the report notes.
Safari on iOS 13 for iPad will automatically ask for the desktop version of a site instead of the mobile version as well, including YouTube and others. A new Font management panel in Settings will help users install and manage fonts. And when a user opens a document that uses a font that's not in the system, a notification will be given which can easily remedy the situation and alert users of missing fonts.
You may also find it easier to select multiple items in table and collection views by dragging several fingers across them.
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.
Apple has unveiled the newest members of the iPad family.