Now, this is how Apple's iOS 13 will look like


It's no secret that more iOS apps will make their way into the macOS operating system, as Apple revealed previous year during the WWDC 2018 developer conference.

A few iPhone, iPad and Mac apps are coming to the Watch, according to the report. Now it is being reported by Bloomberg that Apple plans to discontinue the app and replace it with stand-alone Music, TV, and Podcasts apps in the next major version of its MacOS. The intelligence lines up with earlier predictions from 9to5Mac who claimed iTunes would be renamed to Music and focus exclusively on that category.

A little more than 18 years after Steve Jobs first introduced Apple's iTunes software at the 2001 Macworld Expo in San Francisco, pointing to a "music revolution" that was underway, Apple is reportedly planning to say goodbye to the app once and for all.

Stay tuned for more following the WWDC, which runs from June 3 - 7. Now a new report seems to confirm the same.

"We believe competition makes everything better and results in the best apps for our customers", Apple said.

In iOS, the Dark Mode changes the dock to a dark background, and Apple will likely have new wallpapers for this, notes the report.

Arsenal, Chelsea return unsold Europa League final tickets
They know our weaknesses; we know their weaknesses and it is about who is going to make the fewest mistakes. I explained then to every player that we needed the focus on every competition", Emery said.

Screenshots uploaded in the report suggest that Dark Mode can be enabled in the Settings app or adding a toggle to the Control Centre.

We should find out everything in more depth come next Monday.

Among other things, iOS 13 is expected to offer Swiftkey-like swipe-to-type keyboard gestures, gesture-based undo-redo actions, a redesigned volume HUD, and new multi-tasker animations.

Apple is going to update most of its native applications.

Apple announced Apple arcade a while back, but we might get to hear more details around the service at WWDC 2019.

Still, these are relatively low-probability announcements, so don't count too much on hardware launches from Apple at WWDC; after all, WWDC 2018 didn't have any hardware shown off either, and Apple might just stick with that trend. Let us know in the comments.