Apple plans to introduce a new dark mode in its iOS 13 update later this year. Bloomberg reports that iOS 13 will contain a dark state, which is likely to be system-wide, for "light night vision." Many apps have added dark modes in recent years, but many iPhone owners have urged Apple to introduce its own OS support, so this will be a welcome addition. It follows a dark state that was launched with macOS Mojave last year.
Dark mode is not the only major addition to iOS 13, though: CarPlay enhancements are reportedly planned with a new iPad home screen. We've heard rumors of a redesigned home screen before, but Apple delayed late introducing it with the iOS 1
Apple is also said to integrate new services into iOS 13, including a subscription service and original video content. It's not surprising since Apple's boost in service revenue over the past year. We will probably get a better idea of what features will make it iOS 13 in June when Apple is expected to hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).