The release of iOS 13 is turning out to be a standout amongst the most exciting iOS updates in recent memory. Not exclusively is there now a dedicated dark mode (huzzah!), however there are improved security highlights, Apple Maps has a new look, and you can even signal sort on the default iOS keyboard. Apple has just discussed some progressively remarkable new highlights, however what’s truly exciting are the features you only find after using the iOS 13 for some time. For the past couple of weeks,we’ve been digging around iOS 13 and have discovered a bunch of instruments that Apple didn’t unveil.
The following are 11 of the best new hidden features we’ve found so far, from better battery charging and dual-SIM support in iMessage, to using a mouse to control your iPhone or iPad.
We’ll continue looking and updating this post throughout the rest of the beta program. If you need to get in on the fun right on time, here’s the means by which to introduce iOS 13 on your iPhone now. If you installed iOS 13 and need to return to iOS 12, it’s conceivable.
- 0.1 Optimized battery charging
- 0.2 iMessage search actually works now
- 0.3 Search your iPhone with your voice
- 0.4 Share photos with or without location information
- 0.5 New volume indicator
- 1 iMessage and FaceTime gain Dual SIM support
Optimized battery charging
Routinely charging your iPhone’s ($1,000 at Amazon) battery to full, and keeping it there for extended amounts of time, can harm your battery over time. A new alternative in iOS 13 intends to help draw out your battery’s life by learning your charging habits and keeping the battery from immediately charging to 100%.
If you normally charge overnight while you sleep, Optimized Battery Charging will keep your iPhone‘s battery at 80% for the greater part of the night, finishing off the last 20% of charge right before your alarm goes off.
To use the new highlights, go to Settings > Battery > Battery Health and turn it on.
iMessage search actually works now
Searching for past messages in the iMessage app has dependably been unpleasant. It simply hasn’t worked. That’s changed. You would now be able to look for a solitary word or phrase, and results are almost instantly displayed.
It’s pretty cool. To try it, open the Messages app and swipe down to reveal the inquiry field and type. Perfect, isn’t that so?
Search your iPhone with your voice
Anywhere you find a search bar in Apple’s own apps, you’ll see there’s presently a microphone on the far-right side. Tap on the new icon to enter your search query by voice, rather than composing it out.
Apps like Settings, Mail, Messages and the Today View are only a couple of instances of of where you can find the new voice search option.
You would now be able to take location information from a photo when you share it straightforwardly from the Photos app. The new option means you can leave the photo geotagged and you can see where it was captured, however when you share it across social media, email, or messages, you can strip that information and keep any location information private.
Select a photo (or photos) you need to share in the Photos app then tap on Options at the top of the screen and turn off Location under the section labeled Include.
New volume indicator
Another long overdue highlight iOS users have been begging Apple to change is the volume indicator. You know, the pop up that assumes control over the screen whenever you adjust the volume when viewing YouTube or Netflix?
The indicator in iOS 13 is a lot littler and slides in from the side of your screen. As you adjust the volume, it shrinks down to just a small line, all but hiding as you find the right volume level. Thanks, Apple.
iMessage and FaceTime gain Dual SIM support
Business users and international travelers will welcome the expansion of iMessage and FaceTime support for the second number when two SIM cards are being used.
Apple included Dual SIM support with the launch of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max ($1,100 at Amazon) and iPhone XR ($750 at Amazon). The component proves to be useful for those who don’t want to carry a personal and work phone, or for those who frequently travel internationally and need a data plan that’s more affordable than roaming fees.
Prior to iOS 13, users could just use one phone number for iMessage and FaceTime.
Delete apps from the update screen
Managing old apps you have installed on your iPhone or iPad($249 at Walmart) is never a need, at any rate it isn’t for me. I know I’ve realize in the App Store as an app is updated, knowing full well I’ll never launch that app again. But since the app isn’t easy to discover on my home screen, I don’t try discovering it and uninstalling it.
After installing iOS 13, whenever you see an application you never again need in the Updates list, swipe to the left across the listing and then tap Delete.
Announce Messages with Siri limited to contacts of your choice
If you have AirPods ($159 at Amazon) or the as of late propelled PowerBeats Pro, you’ll notice that Siri can now read incoming Messages to you without you doing a thing. You can even answer to a message just by talking after the message has been read — it’s really cool.
The first time you use either pair of earbuds with a gadget running iOS 13, you’ll be inquired as to whether you need to turn on Announce Messages with Siri.
To customize its working, open the Settings app and go to Notifications then Announce Messages with Siri. There you can choose if you want notifications from everyone, your contacts, recents, or just your favorites.
Use a mouse to control your iPhone, iPad
It’s true, you can use a mouse or trackpad to explore your phone or tablet. The experience of using a mouse with your iPad takes some becoming acclimated to — there’s not a typical mouse pointer. Rather, there’s a cursor that more or less mimics your finger.
You can assign shortcuts for specific tasks, for example, going back to the home screen, in the new settings menu. Associate a mouse to your iPhone or iPad then go to Settings > Accessibility> Touch > Assistive Touch (turn this on) > Pointing Devices to customize how it works.
Remove app size limitations on cellular data
Apple has at last given us the choice to remove App Store download limits. Which means you can, if you wanted, download a game that’s over a gigabyte in size on your cellular data plan if you need.
Go to Settings > iTunes & App Store > App Downloads to dispose of the cutoff or have the app store ask you if you want to download any apps over 200MB.
Safari has a download manager
You would now be able to download records when utilizing Safari on an iPhone and iPad. The Download director symbol won’t appear except if you have a functioning (or as of late dynamic) download. Your download is consequently spared to a Downloads envelope in your iCloud Drive account, which you can access in the Files application.