68 New iOS 13 Features Apple Didn’t Talk About Today At WWDC

The latest versions of Apple’s operating systems were showed off today at WWDC. There were tons of announcements today, so much in fact that Apple didn’t have nearly enough time to cover every new feature in iOS 13. Near the end of the iOS 13 announcements, Craig Federighi stuck a slide on the screen with tons of features on it. It was only shown for a short amount of time and was easy to miss, so if what Craig highlighted during the keynote wasn’t enough for you, here’s a complete text list of all of those features on the last iOS 13 slide:

  1. Improved Report a Problem in Maps
  2. FaceTime on Dual SIM
  3. Location controls for shared photos
  4. Separate Emoji and Globe keys
  5. Siri Suggestions in Safari
  6. CarPlay irregular screen size support
  7. View-only collaboration in Notes
  8. Typing predictions for Vietnamese
  9. Folder management in Notes
  10. Hey Siri support in CarPlay
  11. Add attachments to events in Calendar
  12. Optimized battery charging
  13. iMessage on Dual SIM
  14. Block sender in Mail
  15. Siri Shortcuts in Home automations
  16. Wi-Fi selection in Control Center
  17. Single sign-on extension
  18. New relationship labels in Contacts
  19. Typing predictions for Hindi
  20. Language selection per app
  21. Enhanced QR code scanning
  22. Typing predictions for Swedish
  23. Second video stream support in CarPlay
  24. Enhanced anti-fingerprinting protections in Safari
  25. Do Not Disturb While Driving in CarPlay
  26. Low Data Mode
  27. Search enhancements in Photos
  28. Enhanced language setup
  29. Data separation for BYOD
  30. Hindi and English bilingual keyboard
  31. Light mode in CarPlay
  32. Reading goals for Apple Books
  33. New Indian language system fonts
  34. More powerful search in Notes
  35. Thai-English bilingual dictionary
  36. Updated Safari start page
  37. Improved search in Messages
  38. Independent CarPlay app views
  39. Bluetooth wireless splitter
  40. Mute thread in Mail
  41. Siri Suggestions in Apple Podcasts
  42. Managed Apple IDs for business
  43. Transit detection for Do Not Disturb While Driving
  44. Customize appearance of Reminders lists
  45. Business Chat suggestions
  46. Typing predictions for Dutch
  47. New checklist options in Notes
  48. Typing predictions for Cantonese
  49. Typing predictions for Arabic
  50. Silence unknown callers
  51. AirPlay 2 speakers in Home automation
  52. Video downloads optimized for congestion in India
  53. Keyboard support for all 22 official Indian languages
  54. Vietnamese-English bilingual dictionary
  55. Option to download large apps over cellular
  56. Adjustable Chinese handwriting keyboard height
  57. 38 new language keyboards
  58. Refreshed Home accessory controls
  59. Weak password warnings
  60. Maps Place Card enhancements
  61. Dolby Atmos playback
  62. Apple News+ in UK and Australia
  63. Simultaneous phone calls on Dual SIM
  64. Conversational Siri Shortcuts
  65. CarPlay adjustable screen size support
  66. Modern authentication for device enrollment
  67. Indian English Siri voices
  68. Siri Event Suggestions from third-party apps

There you are! As you can see, there’s a lot of new features in iOS 13, and you can read even more over at Apple’s website. I’m personally looking forward to Siri Shortcuts in Home automations. I think this will enable users to create some pretty powerful home automations. What are you looking forward to with iOS 13? Be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below, and be sure to follow us on our social media platforms for the latest updates on iOS 13 and tutorials to follow in the future!

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