Now that we've got some release questions answered, let's tell you about a few things you can expect from the iOS 13 update itself.
Apple hasn't confirmed any iOS 13 features and again it probably won't until WWDC, but an early report has outlined a few potential changes on board the new operating system.
According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple is planning to bring a dark mode over to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This information is backed by a report from 9to5Mac.
Apple brought Dark Mode to MacBook users with its macOS Mojave release last year.
When Dark Mode is active you can focus on the app you're using while the rest of the system fades into the background. It's built into Apple's first-party applications and some third-party apps also support it. Dark Mode also makes the display a little bit easier on the eyes at night.
It's one of our favorite macOS Mojave features and it's nice to see that Apple's planning it for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch as well.