iOS 10 Concept Features Dark Mode, Split Screen for iPhone
There’s been some speculation that the dark theme of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference website and WWDC app are hinting at a potential dark mode set to be released as part of iOS 10, and a new set of concept images from iHelpBR imagines what a dark mode setting could look like on iOS devices.
A system-wide dark mode is depicted in the images, offering up an example of what darker backgrounds would look like in Messages, Mail, Contacts, News, and more. iHelpBR speculates that such a feature could be set to come on automatically when the sun sets, darkening the entire operating system as is currently done in the Maps app.
The site images a dark mode that would extend to built-in Apple apps and system menus, as well as third-party apps using a potential dark mode API.
iHelpBR‘s concept also features split-screen multitasking and picture-in-picture support, bringing the iPad feature to the iPhone when used in landscape mode. It’s not clear if Apple would consider bringing…
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