iOS 13 leaks continue to trickle in ahead of today’s big reveal at WWDC. The latest shows Apple’s revamped Reminders app for iPhone for the first time — and it’s in dark mode.
We’ve already gotten a glimpse of the new Reminders app on iPad. Now leaker Ben Geskin, who earlier revealed Apple’s plans to redesign the volume indicator, has published an image of the app running in dark mode on iPhone.
Reminders will be better than ever
The image all but confirms Reminders will shrink the gap between third-party task management apps, making it easier to manage your to-do list. There are dedicated sections for things like scheduled and flagged reminders, as well as a “Today” view.
iOS 13 – Dark Mode – New Reminders app pic.twitter.com/klr5sR3rph
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) June 3, 2019
There’s also a search bar for quickly finding the reminders you need, as well as easy access to all your lists.
In dark mode, the Reminders app is completely black with white text and gray section buttons. It completely hides the notch on later iPhones, and with OLED screens, it will be kinder on battery life.
iOS 13 will be revealed today
The screenshot looks genuine, but as is always the case with Apple leaks, there’s no guarantee it’s real. We’ll find out for certain later today when Apple previews iOS 13, macOS 10.15, and watchOS 6 for the very first time.
The WWDC keynote kicks off at 10 a.m. PT. You’ll find all the news as it breaks right here on Cult of Mac.