All Devices iOS / iPad OS 13 - All the little things

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  1. gwhizkids, Jun 4, 2019
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    gwhizkids macrumors 601

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    Rather than clutter the beta threads with this, let's use this thread as a place to list all the features that may not have made the main stage at the Keynote (or even the word cloud slide at the end).

    This has been done successfully for the other XX.0 betas.
    • Mouse support in accessibility
    • Can set default languages (safari)
    • Haptic feedback can be enabled for FaceID. Go to: Settings —> Accessibility —> FaceID & Attention
    • Tapping the 3 dots on the right hand side of the markup palette gives you the option to auto minimise the palette. This can then be moved around the screen.
    • Holding down three fingers on the screen will pop up a small interface to make the changes that would be accomplished by sliding
    • When Lyrics Is enable and it scrolls you can click on any set of lyrics and it will skip the song to that point of the song.
    • When in Music app, option on middle bottom of the screen lets you pair multiple AirPods at once
    • Turn on/off ‘Siri announcing messages’ through your headphones via a new control centre switch (enable it in settings)
    • CarPlay now also accepts keyboard input in Maps when searching. (This is actually NOT new for iOS 13 but was present at least in iOS 12 if not earlier)
    • Wi-Fi Options in Control Center - You can change WiFi networks right from Control Center, but it's a bit annoying to get to. Long press in the middle of the WiFi/Bluetooth widget to bring up the extended options, and then Force Touch the WiFi icon to see a list of networks available.

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    • Bluetooth Options in Control Center - As with Wifi, you can access your list of available Bluetooth devices from the Control Center. Long press in the middle of the WiFi/Bluetooth widget to bring up the extended options and then Force Touch on the Bluetooth icon to see a list of Bluetooth devices you've connected to before.

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    • Location Settings - Apple mentioned during the keynote that location access is getting scaled back in iOS 13, and in the Settings app, there's a new option that requires an app to ask each time it wants to access your location.

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    • Block Senders in Mail - In iOS 13, your list of blocked phone numbers and contacts extends to the Mail app, which lets you block people from sending you mail. The Settings app has a feature for blocking contacts in Mail and ignoring blocked senders.

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    • Thread Muting in Mail - If you swipe on a message in the Mail app and then choose "More," there's a new option to mute a thread so you won't get notifications when a new email in that thread is received.

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    • Reading Goals in Books - In the Books app, there's a new Reading Goals feature that keeps track of how long you've read each day. The app encourages you to read every day, see your stats soar, and finish more books.

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    • Silence Unknown Callers - In the Phone section of the Settings app, there's a new toggle that will let you block all unknown callers, cutting down on spam calls that you're receiving.

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    • Low Data Mode - In the Settings app under Cellular, there's an option to enable Low Data Mode, which says it helps apps on your iPhone reduce their network data use. There's also a Low Data Mode option that can be enabled for specific WiFi networks.

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    • Improved Messages Search - In the Messages app, when you swipe down to search, you'll see a new interface with suggested contacts and links you've been sent. Searches bring up the most recent results, with an option to see more by tapping "See All."

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    • Notes Folder Management - In the Notes app in iOS 13, there are new tools for managing your folders. Tap the "..." button to get to options like Add People, Move This Folder, Rename, and View Attachments.

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    • PS4/Xbox Controller Support - Apple announced PS4/Xbox One S controller support for Apple TV, but these controllers will also be supported on iPhone and iPad.

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    • New Animoji - There are three new Animoji in iOS 13: a cow, an octopus, and a mouse. As mentioned on stage, there are also tons of new accessories for your Memojis, and there are new Memoji stickers you'll see available in the emoji portion of the iOS keyboard. Isn't the owl new as well?

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    • Separate Emoji and Globe Keys - The emoji key on the iOS keyboard is no longer the same key as the globe key that lets you switch between languages. The emoji key lives next to the number key and the globe is now below. In iOS 12, a long press swapped between functions of the all-in-one key.
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    • Automatic Safari Tab Closing - In the Safari section of the Settings app, there's a new option to automatically close all of the tabs that you have open in Safari. You can set it to a day, a week, a month, or leave it on manual, which is how it currently works.

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    • Attachments in Calendar - You can now add attachments like documents to events you have scheduled in the calendar app.

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    • App Updates - To update apps in iOS 13, you need to open up the App Store, tap on your profile and choose apps from the Pending Updates section. There was an updates tab in iOS 12, but it's been removed in favor of an Apple Arcade tab in iOS 13.

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    • Safari Screenshots - When you take a screenshot in Safari, there's a new option to save it as a full page, which exports the entire webpage as a PDF that you can save or share. You can also use Markup to edit it before sending.

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    • Updated Mute Switch Interface - When you toggle on the mute switch on the iPhone in iOS 13, there's a new interface that lets you know whether Silent Mode is on or off. It's located at the top of the display, replacing the former notification that popped up in the middle of the display.

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    • Optimized Battery Charging - A new iOS 13 feature introduces Optimized Battery Charging. According to Apple, the iPhone learns from your daily charging routine and waits to finish charging past 80 percent until you need to use it, which is meant to cut down on battery aging.

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    • Home App Improvements - The control options for your HomeKit devices in the Home app have been revamped and streamlined. Available controls vary by device, but in general, the change makes options you check or use frequently (such as various light colors) easier to access. Controls are also now shown in a card-style view so you can swipe them away to get back to the main Home app screen.

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    • AirPlay 2 Devices in HomeKit Automations - You can now use AirPlay 2-enabled devices in HomeKit automations. So you can do things like set music to play when you arrive home.

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    • Photos Zoom - In the Photos app, there's a new +/- symbol at the top that, when tapped, lets you zoom in and out of your Photos tab. You can also zoom in and out using pinch gestures.

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    • Business Chat Suggestions - When calling a business that offers business chat, your iPhone will offer to start a business chat instead so you can interact with a business from a text message instead of through a phone call.
    • Time Synced Lyrics in Apple Music - When accessing the lyrics for an Apple Musicsong, they're now presented synced to the music, so the lyrics will scroll along as the song progresses. Lyrics can be accessed by tapping the new lyrics icon at the bottom of any song interface.
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    • Up Next in Apple Music - There's a new toggle when playing any Apple Music song that lets you see exactly what's up next so there's no mystery as to what's going to play after the current song.
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    • Apple News+ in Stock App - The Stock app will now offer relevant business publications from Apple News+.
    • Voice Memos - A new pinch to zoom gesture in the Voice Memos app lets you zoom in on the waveform to make editing easier.
    • Do Not Disturb - Do Not Disturb While Driving will not activate in iOS 13 when you're using public transit.
    • Peek Gestures - Peek gestures, that let you see previews of emails, links, messages, and more, are now available on any iPhone or iPad that runs iOS 13 or iPadOS. These were previously limited to devices with 3D Touch.
    • Quick Actions - You can now press and hold on an app icon to quickly perform actions specific to the app on any device, iPhone or iPad. This too was previously limited to devices with 3D Touch.

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    • Dolby Atmos Playback - 2018 iPhones and iPads support Dolby Atmos video playback in iOS 13.
    • Personal Hotspot Sharing - If you have Family Sharing enabled, your family members can automatically join your personal in iOS 13.
    • Automatic Personal Hotspot - You can automatically connect to your iPhone's personal hotspot when no internet connection is available, and there's an option to remain connected even when your device is asleep so you can continue to receive messages and push notifications.
    • Popular WiFi Networks - In iOS 13, your iPhone detects which WiFi networks are being used and lets you know if one is available.
    • Delete Apps From Update Screen - In the App Store, you can now delete apps from the list of apps to be updated by swiping to the left on them.

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    • Timer - The Timer feature in the Clock app has been updated with a new interface in iOS 13. When a timer is counting down, there's a new circle that slowly depletes, along with the standard timed countdown.

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    • New Volume HUD - There's a new look for the volume interface in iOS, which is designed to be less obtrusive. It's a bar on the left side or top side of the display, which shrinks down as you continue to press the volume up or down buttons. What's neat is that you can also touch the bar with a finger to adjust sound with a swipe in addition to using the physical volume buttons.
    • Haptic Feedback for Face ID - Haptic Feedback for Face ID will cause your phone to vibrate slightly when it unlocks in iOS 13. It can be enabled by going to Settings > Accessibility > Face ID & Attention.
     
  2. delasonrisa macrumors member

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    you can select default languages for apps now (i guess this has to be supported by the app dev). works in safari settings already (idk why one would need it there though)
     
  3. TechGod macrumors 68040

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    You should make your post a wiki post so everyone can edit it.
     
  4. Populus macrumors 6502a

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    I think the tittle would be better if it said iPadOS / iOS 13, because as far as I know, it’s the first version of iPadOS (although it is based on iOS 13).

    By the way, is there a way to deactivate automatic downloads? Or I am going to have the apps always updated even if I don’t want to.
     
  5. gwhizkids thread starter macrumors 601

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    I can't do it, but asked the mods to do so.
     
  6. AnonMac50 macrumors 65816

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    Oh wow! That's awesome!!
     
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    Are you having the same issue I had where I just couldn’t toggle the option off? It would seem to freeze.

    I had to keep force quitting settings and trying over and over. It worked eventually. I had to slightly drag on the switch rather than tap it but I got there in the end.
     
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    The first version of tvOS was 9. It shared more code with iOS than it didn’t so it kept the same numbering. watchOS was a different animal. At first it couldn’t even run third party apps natively. I think that’s why they used a new numbering system, combined with it being a new product. Though the first iPad ran iPhone OS 3.2, funny enough. The Apple TV wasn’t new when they changed the name, which is probably a key difference. So I’m leaning towards it being iPadOS 13.
     
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    Can someone showcase the Server functionality? I just want to see what it looks like when you connect to a local Mac mini with a few hard drives hanging off of it. Ideally you could play around and move around files on it and import to it from a connected USB or SD Card over the network. Thanks!
     
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    SMB doesn't work in this build. Just get "unexpected error" when you select Connect to Server. Next build perhaps. I don't have a lighting to USB adapter to test connected storage (can't imagine I'll ever get one either, but that's an aside)
     
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    Can’t edit the first post for some reason.

    - Haptic feedback can be enabled for FaceID. Go to:

    Settings —> Accessibility —> FaceID & Attention


    - Tapping the 3 dots on the right hand side of the markup palette gives you the option to auto minimise the palette. This can then be moved around the screen.

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  15. jschu22 macrumors regular

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    Such a frivolous feature add... but I love it.
     
  16. gwhizkids thread starter macrumors 601

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    The weird animations probably are but the pop up certainly isn’t.
     
  17. musicpenguy macrumors 65816

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    This is a nice little tweak to divide up your audio/video outputs -
     

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    Added a couple in the wiki: lyrics scroll in real time when play music and in music app, you can click the center button on the bottom to use multiple AirPods at once
     
  19. TrueBlou, Jun 6, 2019
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    I’ve tried a few different USB sticks, USB-C, USB to USB-C and USB to Lightning. So far everything I’ve tried has worked. That’s with Sandisk, Toshiba, Buffalo, Kingston and generic brands.

    Also tried USB hard drives, much to my surprise even bus powered ones have worked.
     
  20. gwhizkids thread starter macrumors 601

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    Wow on the bus powered ones. Is that on an iPad or iPhone? Wonder if that would work on the phone without the ability to share power?
     
  21. TrueBlou, Jun 6, 2019
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    That was on the iPad Pro using a USB to USB-C adapter, it was just a 2.5” (old IDE) hard drive.

    I’ve not tried the iPhone yet, but I’ll give it a go.

    Not tried desktop externals yet either, though I don’t foresee a problem as those have their own power supply.

    I’ll have a play about and report back.

    ..... So, the iPad Pro is taking anything and everything I throw at it. I’m really impressed with that, particularly, as I mentioned, the bus powered drives.

    The iPhone however is a different story, no joy with any of the hard drives and it’s more choosy with the USB sticks as well. However, that could in part be the adapters I’m using. Once i dig out my other ones, I’ll see if any of that changes.
     
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    I have a Chamberlain garge door hub hooked up to my garage and when I'm near home, a widget pops up for it in Carplay.
     
  23. nicho macrumors 68020

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    When you say lightning, do you mean natively lightning a la the Sandisk iXpand? Do they just show up in files directly without an issue?
     
  24. gwhizkids thread starter macrumors 601

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    That is awesome. I have mine set up via Homebridge. I’ll have to see if it works there as well.
     
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    But still not sticky?
    --- Post Merged, Jun 6, 2019 ---
    It's not frivolous. How would a blind person know that FaceID has activated?
     
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