The upcoming WWDC events, that the Worldwide Developers Conference will bring a lot of new things for all you gadget freak out there. It will take place from June 5 to 9, at San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, California, United States. Among the many things that we can expect to hear about is information about Apple’s upcoming operating system, iOS 11.
Fans are thinking what can we expect from iOS 11 theme. It is being speculated that a dark theme or night theme can be expected with the launch of iOS 11. In 2016, the American multi-national technology company Apple released the dark theme for tvOS on Apple TV, although it was not shipped for iPad or iPhone. It is very much possible that the tech giant is waiting to implement a more fully featured theme engine, which might work like CSS with a much better interface or it is possible that Apple is just waiting for the shift towards OLED displays, which is rumored to come out this fall with iPhone 8. Dark themes work into the power efficiency of OLED as we have seen in Apple Watch.
The interest in iPhone theme is always sky-rocketing, especially with the proposition of jailbreak. However, we are still doubtful as to whether Apple will ever add a full theme support to it or not. But, nonetheless, it would be really appreciated if there are customization options.
Themes and Customization basically aid users to modify their devices as per their preference to get a refreshed feeling. Fans would appreciate if Apple approves themes to allow its users to customize the overall appearance and color of their phone.
We have already seen this in Android devices. Both LG and Samsung fully support certain themes that completely change the look and feel of the phones. This comes as a welcome change for users. Although it is not expected that the multi-million dollar company will completely give up their trademark style to change the feel of iPhone, small customizations in its themes can certainly look forward to.
Until then, keep a look at this space for getting more updates about iOS 11 beta themes as more and more details will be divulged at the WWDC 2017 event.