It is reported that Apple plans to introduce a new dark mode this year in the iOS 13 update. Bloomberg reports that iOS 13 will be a dark mode that is likely to be a system-wide scale to "look at night time more easily". Many apps have added dark modes in recent years, but many iPhone owners have asked Apple to support their operating system, so it will be a welcome addition. It follows the dark regime that started last year with MacOS Mojave.
Dark mode will not be the only significant addition to iOS 13, but as expected, improvements will be made alongside the new iPad home screen. Previously, we've heard rumors about a redesigned home screen, but Apple reported last year's delay with the iOS 12 update, instead promoting reliability and performance improvements. Bloomberg does not offer any new information on how the new iPad home screen will look, but iOS 13 also includes a tab interface for apps and file management enhancements.
Apple has also integrated new services into iOS 13, including magazine subscription service and original video content. This is not surprising given Apple's growth in revenue over the past few years. We will most likely get a better idea of what features will be made in June for iOS 13 when Apple is expected to host the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).