watchOS 5 & macOS Mojave Features Apple Didn’t Talk About On Stage

At WWDC 18, Apple unveiled to the world the latest versions of iOS, tvOS, watchOS, and macOS. There were a lot of new features announced. So much, in fact, that Apple didn’t have the chance to cover them all. In particular, with watchOS 5 and macOS Mojave, Apple showed us a slide with a bunch of features that’d be included. It went by quite quickly, so here’s the list of features that Apple showed but didn’t get to elaborate on:

watchOS 5

  • Choose Wi-Fi network
  • Background Audio Mode
  • Scheduled Do Not Disturb
  • Answer FaceTime video as audio
  • Customize Control Center
  • Hindi localization
  • Combined notifications
  • Parkinson’s Research API
  • Audio Controller API
  • Add stocks
  • Install software updates tonight
  • Student ID Cards
  • Add cities to Weather
  • Notification tuning
  • Memories in Photo face
  • Improved API for workout tracking
  • New emoji picker
  • New Awards tab
  • Air quality in Weather
  • Wind direction and speed in Weather
  • UV Index in Weather
  • Podcast complication
  • Customize World Clock

macOS Mojave

  • Answer with FaceTime audio
  • App recents in Dock
  • International keyboard improvements
  • Security code AutoFill
  • Mail emoji picker
  • Mail suggested folder
  • Font Collections
  • Automatic strong passwords
  • Faster CSS selectors
  • Improved hard drive performance
  • Favicons in Safari tabs
  • New login window
  • New Save panel
  • New Open panel
  • UI language parity
  • W3C Web Driver
  • Improved CSS color support
  • Apple File System for Fusion drives and hard drives
  • Faster wake from sleep
  • Password reuse auditing in Safari
  • Automator shortcuts in Touch Bar
  • OpenType-SVG fonts

Personally, I’m interest in seeing the new login window and save/open panel in macOS Mojave, as well as the ability to customize the Control Center in watchOS 5.

What feature are you most excited for in watchOS 5 and macOS Mojave? Be sure to let us know in the comments down below, and make sure to stay up-to-date with our site for news on the latest features of iOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS!

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