iOS 13 Will Finally Ditch The Annoying Volume HUD Icon

Apple to host its WWDC19 from June 3rd to June 7th at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. On the annual Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple will unveil the iOS 13 software update, alongside watchOS 6, macOS 10.15, and tvOS 12. So what new changes could iOS 13 bring?

Well, according to an XDA developer, iOS 13 will finally do something about the Volume HUD. The developer named Max Weinbach, said in a tweet that in the upcoming iOS 13 update, Apple will ditch the existing volume heads-up display (HUD) icon, although he did not mention how it will be handled, the design supposed to be groundbreaking.

Currently, when the iPhone user sets the volume of the device via the volume button, a pop-up window with a large rounded rectangle appears in the center of the screen, which can obviously prompt the user to change the volume. However,. In some cases, such a pop-up window will affect the use of the device to a certain extent.

Now, Apple is finally going to fix this annoying Volume HUD icon, so how to make the prompts clear enough and no longer visually affect the user's experience is the problem that Apple needs to balance.
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