Last updated on September 19th, 2019 at 03:12 pmiOS 13 was first announced during the WWDC 2019 conference in June. Ever since, the beta testing phase started and we got a chance to try it the new options during the whole summer. We’ve already informed you about some of the most important features that will become available with this 13th iOS generation. I can mention again the system-wide Dark Mode, the new Sign In with Apple privacy feature, the redesigned Volume HUD and many others.
iOS 13 was one of the main highlights of the September iPhone 11 keynote. Now, we’re only one day away from the public rollout and in this article I’ll share with you all 75 changes and new features coming with the 13th iOS generation. These upgrades have been highlighted by Apple during last week’s September 11 keynote. Check them out and let us know which ones you welcome the most. The comment section available at the end of the article is open for discussions.
65 iOS 13 New Features
The features listed below are the ones highlighted by Apple during the September 11 keynote. The list is random, just as random displayed the changes in the Steve Jobs Theater.
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 in 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 protection in Safari
25. Do Not Disturb While Driving in CarPlay
26. Low Data Mode – limits apps from unnecessary data usage. Useful when you have a limited cellular data plan or you use a WiFi network with a bandwidth cap.
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 option in Notes
48. Typing predictions for
49. Typing predictions for Arabic
50. Silence unknown callers – If you don’t want to be bothered by unknown numbers you can ask your iPhone to automatically mute them. Siri is able to recognize numbers that have been referenced in Mail, Messages or Contacts and allow them to ring. All others will be silenced.
51. AirPlay 2 speakers in Home automations
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. Computational Siri Shortcuts
65. Car Play adjustable screen size support
66. Modern authentication for device enrollment
67. Indian English Siri voices
68. Siri Event Suggestions from third-party apps
Fact: As you might have noticed important changes as the Dark Mode and the others presented at the beginning of the article aren’t included in the list. If you notice other changes that haven’t been mentioned please let us know and we will update this article.
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