iOS 13: iPhone system has release date unveiled | Operational systems

iPhone: Nine 'Hidden' Features of iOS 13 You Should Know | Operational systems

IOS 13 had its functions and tools unveiled by Apple during the opening of WWDC 2019, which took place on June 3rd. However, the new iPhone operating system also features several hidden enhancements, which were shown on the event stage in a short slide and with little detail.

The 9To5Mac site had access to a slide with other functions that were not released during the conference and made a list of all the changes that will appear on the iPhone when iOS 13 is ready. These include adjustments to the internal search of various apps and services, improvements in audio quality, optimized battery recharge, and other more technical enhancements. Most of these changes are in the system engine and cannot be visually displayed.

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It is worth mentioning that iOS 13 is still in its Beta version, released to the public on Monday (24). With it comes more exciting new features such as Dark Mode, improved privacy with Sign in with Apple, increased performance to open applications, among other known changes. For all the other hidden enhancements to the new system, follow the list below:

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Dark Mode Should Save Battery on OLED Display iPhones Photo: Divulgao / Apple

Key modifications to the operating system engine include optimizing battery recharge, the option to download larger files via mobile broadband, enhanced QR code scanning and Wi-Fi network selection in Control Center, a shortcut which should speed up the process of connecting to the internet when the user needs it.

2. Minor adjustments to photos and audio

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iOS 13 allow audio playback Dolby Atmos Photo: Bruno De Blasi / dnetc

Audio enhancements were few on iOS 13, but the list found by 9To5Mac shows that the system will now be able to play Dolby Atmos standard movie-quality movies. As for photos, the new system promises to improve location control for shared images and improve search in the Photos app.

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FaceTime is one of the darling features of iPhone users. Photo: Lucas Mendes / dnetc

A new feature should give iPhone users more peace of mind, as with iOS 13, calls from unknown sources can be muted by default. In addition, FaceTime, Simultaneous Connections and iMessage can work in Dual Sim when the system is ready. To top it off, Apple should improve search within the Messaging app, according to 9To5Mac.

4. Reminders & Notes Applications

Both productivity applications also received attention from Apple. Notes has gained the most features, such as folder management, new option to create checklists and improvements in the internal search for notes. The Reminders app only has the function of modifying the appearance of the lists.

iPhone with iOS13? Learn all about Apple's new operating system

iPhone with iOS13? Learn all about Apple's new operating system

5. What's New in Calendar and Mail

As for the Calendar app, you can now add attachments to events, just like email. Mail, by the way, has the function of blocking the sender and muting the threads of a message, so that you don't have to receive new alerts whenever a reply is sent. This change is ideal for those who join various email groups at work, for example.

6. Keyboard and Language Changes

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iPhone XR also receive news from iOS 13 Photo: Bruno De Blasi / dnetc

Major changes to the standard iOS 13 keyboard were made to improve interaction with various Asian and Dutch languages. Now the system can predict typing in Hindi, Vietnamese, Cantons and Arabic. In addition, Apple has added a bilingual dictionary for these languages, support for 22 official languages ​​of India, and has set up an alert for weak passwords.

7. Crab with more suggestions

In addition to keyboard support for Indian languages, Siri now also has a voice for English spoken in this country. The iPhone Virtual Assistant also offers Apple Podcasts suggestions, conversation shortcuts, event suggestions for third-party apps, and shortcuts for Home app automations.

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CarPlay get more news with iOS 13 Photo: Divulgao / Apple

The main changes to CarPlay are in the screen settings to give the user more control in this type of view. In addition, the system will support E a, Siri, Do Not Disturb mode when the user is driving and a Light mode for those who do not like the whole dark screen. The Maps app already has a way for the user to report problems.

Safari has received the least news from this list, but it will also support Siri's suggestions from iOS 13. Apple's standard browser also has an updated home page and an enhanced fingerprint protection.