A dedicated "Dark Mode" will not change the color tones, while the control center and other smaller items will be "dark". It's not exactly how Apple plans to integrate it. However, it makes sense not only because the rival firm plans to accept it, but because Dark Mode has already debuted as part of the MacOS Mojave. Adopting this mode would also mean less eye strain, in spite of the small improvements in the life of the iPhone, because darker colors require less power than usual.
The report adds that iOS 13 will also bring some changes to the iPad, including a new home screen and "tabbed capability through multiple versions of an application as web pages." Some improvements in "file management" can also be done. In addition, Apple is said to include a subscription service for magazines and rumors of video content platforms with iOS update.
Meanwhile, Apple faces heat from the FaceTime bug that allows the caller to hear conversations on the other side without picking up the call. The company, however, disables the FaceTime call group temporarily and gives a statement confirming that there will be a fix that comes in the next few days. The error was found by the user a week ago and was reported to Apple.