WebKit Leaks: iOS 12 To Support iPhone 5s, New Dark Mode Coming To macOS 10.14

Two new WebKit leaks have revealed the changes for Apple's next generation of software, one is that iOS 12 will be supported on iPhone 5S, while the other one hints that macOS will get the system-wide dark mode on 10.14, according to MacGeneration and 9to5Mac.

Firstly, MacGeneration has received development testing reports for WebKit, the testing logs refers iOS 12 running on an iPhone 5s simulator, suggesting the device will get iOS 12 this fall, but it might not be fully-featured. condensing iPhone 5s is a 5-years old model, which also means it's the oldest iPhone model to be supported by a newest software.

9to5Mac's Guilherme Rambo claimed that WebKit code references suggest that macOS will get sort of system-wide dark mode on 10.14. Even though Rambo says there are no direct references to a dark mode, the existence of APIs certainly means Apple is working on a way to change the appearance for its macOS platform.

Other rumors about iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 suggested that the main features of the two platform will be delayed, as double down on the quality of its software. Several reports said that Apple to introduces combined apps platform this year, meaning you can run an iPhone app on a Mac. Like every year, Apple to announce iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 at WWDC.

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