The launch of theand the It is emerging as one of Apple's most interesting updates in recent times. Not only do they now have a dedicated (hooray!), but also with , , and you can even type with gestures on the default keyboard. Apple has already mentioned some of the most important new features, but the really exciting thing is the features you discover only after using the for a time. In recent weeks, we have been researching iOS 13 and have discovered a set of tools not yet revealed by Apple.
Here are 11 of the best new hidden features we've found so far, from better battery charging and dual SIM card support in iMessage, to how to use a mouse to control your iPhone or iPad.
We will continue to look for news and update this publication for the duration of the beta version program. If you want to be one of the first to experience it,on your iPhone. If you already installed iOS 13 and want to return to iOS 12, it is also possible to do so (link in English).
Optimized battery charge
Routinely charging your iPhone's battery to its maximum capacity and keeping it connected in that state for long periods can damage it over time. A new option of iOS 13 is designed to help prolong the useful life of your battery by learning from your habits and preventing the battery from charging up to 100% immediately.
If you normally charge during the night while you sleep, the Optimized Battery Charging option will keep your iPhone battery 80% for most of the night, and finish with the last 20% of Charge it just before your alarm sounds.
To use this new feature, go to Settings (Settings)> Battery (Battery)> Battery health (Battery health) and actvala.
IMessage searches now really work
Searching for past messages in the iMessage application has always been terrible. It just didn't work. But that has changed. Now you can search for a single word or phrase, and the results are displayed almost instantaneously.
It is a great function. To test it, open the application, swipe the screen down to reveal the search field and type. Great, right?
Search your iPhone using your voice
Wherever you find a search bar in Apple applications, you will notice that there is now a microphone on the far right. Touch the new cone to enter your search query by voice, instead of having to type it.
Applications such as Settings, Email, Messages and the view Today are just a few examples of where you can find the new voice search option.
Share photos with or without location information
Now you can delete the location information of a photo when you share it directly from the Photos application. This new option allows you to keep the geo-tag and see where the image was taken, but when you share it on social networks, emails or messages, you can delete it and keep private any information related to the location.
Select a photo (or photos) you want to share in the Photos app, then touch Options (Options) at the top of the screen and deactivate Location (Location) in the section Include (Include).
New volume indicator
Another feature that iOS users have been asking Apple to change for a long time is the volume indicator. That is, the pop-up window that covers your screen every time you adjust the volume when you watch YouTube or Netflix.
The indicator in iOS 13 is much smaller and slides from the side of the screen. As you adjust the volume, it becomes smaller until it becomes just a small line, and is practically hidden while determining the correct volume level. Thanks Apple.
iMessage and FaceTime now offer support for dual SIM cards
Business users and international travelers would appreciate adding iMessage and FaceTime support for a second number when using two SIM cards.
Apple added support for two SIM cards with the launch of the iPhone XS,Y . It is a useful function for those who do not wish to carry a personal and work phone, or for those who travel internationally frequently and need a cheaper data plan than the one offered by roaming rates.
Before the appearance of iOS 13, users can only use a phone number for iMessage and FaceTime.
Remove applications from the update screen
Managing old applications that you have installed on your iPhone or iPad is never a priority, or at least not for me. On several occasions I have seen in the App Store how an application was updated, even knowing that I will never use it again. But since the application is not easy to find on my home screen, I don't bother to look for it and uninstall it.
After installing iOS 13, the next time you see an application that you no longer need in the update list, swipe it to the left and then tap Remove.
Advertise messages with Siri only to the contacts you choose
If you haveor headphones Recently launched, you'll notice that Siri now reads your incoming messages without having to change anything in the settings. You can even reply to a message by simply speaking then that it has been read to you: it is a really great function.
The first time you use a pair of headphones with a device running iOS 13, you will be asked if you want to activate Advertise Messages with Siri.
To customize how the function works, open the application Settings (Settings) and go to Notifications (Notifications) and then to Announce Messages with Siri (Announce Messages with Siri). There you can select if you want to receive notifications from everyone, all your contacts, those who have recently written to you or only from your favorite contacts.
Use a mouse to control your iPhone or iPad
It's true, you can use a mouse or trackpad to navigate your phone or tablet. Using a mouse with your iPad is an experience that takes a while to get used to, as there is no traditional mouse pointer but a cursor that more or less simulates your finger on the screen.
In the new configuration menu you can assign shortcuts to specific tasks, such as returning to the home screen. To customize how it works, connect a mouse to your iPhone or iPad and then go to Settings (Settings)> Accessibility (Accessibility)> Touch (Touch)> Assistive Touch (enable this option)> Pointing Devices (Pointing device).
Eliminate app size limitations on mobile data
Apple has finally given us the option to remove the download limits from the App Store. That means that, if you wish, you can download a game of more than one gigabyte in size using your mobile data plan.
Go to Settings (Settings)> iTunes & App Store > App Downloads (Application downloads) to eliminate this limit or have the App Store ask you if you want to download an application of more than 200 MB.
Safari has a download manager
Now you can download files when using Safari on an iPhone and iPad. The download manager cone will not display unless you have an active (or recently active) download. Your download will be automatically saved in a Downloads folder in your iCloud Drive account, which you can access in the Files application.
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