Am I correct that Dark Mode in iOS 13 has not been publicly confirmed?


closed as off-topic by bmike May 26 at 20:26

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    Asking about future products, unreleased products or Apple plans is off topic here. See What’s off and on-topic for details. – bmike May 26 at 20:26
  • Thanks & my apologies. I’m a effectively a noob again, & 100% on SE. If I am able to edit, I’m happy to remove reference to specific feature, leaving it a question solely about Apple policy, rather than plans. – brachiator May 26 at 20:37
  • bmike—Please ignore my previous. Apologies again: I read full on/off-topic & even my revised “policy” question is not appropriate. Thanks! – brachiator May 26 at 20:42
  • It’s OK - no need to delete it, just hang tight until you have a practical problem to solve and then we’ll be super happy to host questions about released software. Beta is a little tricky so read up on Ask Different Meta for how to proceed while software is in beta. – bmike May 26 at 21:29

No details of upcoming major OS releases will be confirmed until WWDC.

If you are interested in details about upcoming iOS releases, be sure to watch the WWDC 2019 keynote or read the coverage at websites such as 9to5Mac or MacRumors on the week of June 3.

  • Thanks! I haven’t kept an eye out in a long time & never for iOS or devices. A couple of mention seemed phrased as if official, which surprised me. – brachiator May 26 at 20:21

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