All iOS users can expect some significant changes in Apple’s next iOS 13, which will add more power to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. As per industry insiders, Apple’s upcoming mobile operating system will bring major design changes. Among the notable ones are the removal of volume HUD and scrollable home screen layout.
As the event will near, people close to Apple will release more and more details. From the rumors and gossips, it is clear that Apple will launch changes to make the life of iOS users more comfortable and easier.
No Volume HUD in iOS 13: XDA’s Max Weinbach Tweets
The Cupertino-based Apple is planning to discard volume heads-up display (HUD) in its next release of iOS 13. Volume HUD is a dialog box that pops up when users turn up or turn down the volume of ringer or media player on their iPhones and iPads.
Obviously, this is a visual interruption for those, who are watching something interesting on their iOS devices. XDA’s Max Weinbach has tweeted that Apple is removing this appearance from iOS devices with iOS 13.
So just got some amazing news…
In iOS 13 the volume HUD is gone! Apple is finally fixing their software!
It’s also supposed to be ground breaking but whatever.
— Max Weinbach (@mweinbachXDA) February 19, 2019
Apart from this, Max Weinbach believes that iOS 13 will be ground-breaking; however, he didn’t share any details of the upcoming operating system.
Though there is a mixed response to Apple’s volume HUD, some users don’t like this feature. On the one hand, regular users are happy with the appearance of volume HUD, on the other, pro users don’t want to see that disturbing thing on their screen.
Apple is likely to release iOS 13 for iOS users at WWDC in June from June 3 to 7, 2019. The venue is most likely to be McEnery Convention Center at San Jose.
That’s all folks!
Like many users, I hate to see that volume HUD, which prevents me from feasting on my favorite videos on my iPhone and iPad. By removing that HUD from the screen, it seems that Apple is paying enough attention to public demand.
Do you think removal of volume HUD is one of the things you have in your iOS 13 wish list?
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