Google slowly introduced us to the systemwide dark mode in Android Q by painting its own apps in morbid colors on a piecemeal basis. It brushed over the Phone app, Contacts, Calendar, Keep notes, you name it.
Apple, however, will be going all out with the iOS 13 dark mode, it seems, theming the launcher, toggles and system settings, as well as its stock apps. While we already rendered what dark mode would look like on iOS
, based on some leaked info
, we now have a real preview of one Apple default app's dark theme.
What you see here is the Reminder app, and it has been corroborated from two different sources - Ben Geskin
and 9to5 Mac
- to be the real deal.
The difference with the current rendering of the Reminder app is pretty striking, yet in sync with the dark theming that has been sweeping the industry lately, and now Apple is following suit with its own take on the matter. Gawk at what's about to be unveiled just a few short hours from now.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2019 takes place June 3-7 in San Jose, and starts with a keynote
later this morning at 10 AM Pacific Time where a bunch of new software updates - iOS 13, watchOS 6 and tvOS 13 - are to be introduced.