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10 of the iOS 13 Hidden Features That You Haven’t Heard About

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Apart from the Dark Mode and all new Maps, there are several exciting hidden features in iOS 13. They are pretty unique. From better charging system to Silence Unknown Caller, the new mobile operating system boasts a number of new options for refreshing the way you use your phone. Here are ten of the iOS 13 hidden features that you might haven’t heard about.

Drag the Redesigned Volume Indicator – One of the iOS 13 Hidden Features Offering Enhanced Interaction

Drag the Redesigned Volume Indicator – One of the iOS 13 Hidden Features Offering Enhanced Interaction

It has been years since the giant volume in the middle of the screen became the butt of many jokes. But finally, Apple has stepped up to silence all the criticisms. The Cupertino company has redesigned the volume button. First, it shows up as a big bulbous slider. But then, it shrinks into a more compact vertical bar. The new volume button has been relocated to the upper left corner of the display. However, if you don’t like the new position, you can tap and drag it up and down. At that time, you will see various sound output options below the volume bar, like AirPods and Bluetooth device. So, the button has become more interactable than ever before.

Optimized Battery Charging – One of the Coolest iOS 13 Hidden Features

Optimized Battery Charging – One of the Coolest iOS 13 Hidden Features

As the name suggests, Optimized Battery Charging helps your device to last longer. The feature charges your phone by analyzing your personal habit. For example, if you charge the iPhone at night, the feature will top up 80% right away. The remaining 20% will be done before an hour of waking up in the morning. In this way, the battery achieves an optimal level of health. Over time, it can lead to an extended battery life. You can find the option by navigating through Settings > Battery > Battery Health. Make sure that the switch is turned on.

Search Everywhere with Your Voice

Search Everywhere with Your Voice

You have already seen voice search in Google’s Android operating system. You can use the feature in a variety of apps. It was not available in iOS. But finally, with the release of iOS 13, you can perform the voice search by tapping the microphone icon on the far-right side of the search bar. From Messages to Safari tabs, you can use the feature everywhere.

Search through iMessages

Search through iMessages

In the previous versions of iOS, searching for past messages on iMessage had been really frustrating. It never helped the user to find everything quickly and accurately. But with the release of iOS 13, things have changed massively. After opening the Messages app, swipe down to display the search field. Now, as soon as you begin typing a word or phrase, the results show up instantly. So, you can find the past message that you are looking for quicker than ever before.

Download Large Apps Over Cellular Data – One of the Restriction Lifting iOS 13 Hidden Features

Download Large Apps Over Cellular Data – One of the Restriction Lifting iOS 13 Hidden Features

When you attempt to download larger apps or games, like PUBG, on cellular data, you would see a pop up message, stating that it can’t be done unless you connect to Wi-Fi. But on iOS 13, you can get rid of the restriction. Head to Settings > iTunes & App Store. Then select Always Allow option. From now on, all the apps will be downloaded on LTE. There will be no prompts.

Silence Unknown Callers

Silence Unknown Callers

You must have been really infuriated with the spam calls. They have gotten way out of hand. However, Apple has stepped forward to combat this nuisance with a new feature in iOS 13, called Silence Unknown Caller. Go to Settings > Phone. You will find the specific feature there. Simply toggle on the switch beside it. From now on, Siri Intelligence will prevent the calls of the unknown contacts from ringing your iPhone.

iMessage and Facetime Supporting Dual SIM

iMessage and Facetime Supporting Dual SIM  

The iOS 13 allows you to use two SIM cards for both iMessage and Facetime. If you are a business owner who needs to travel abroad frequently, you will be benefited massively with the ability to use a second number. Earlier, you could use only one number.

Create Memoji in Contacts

Create Memoji in Contacts

Apple introduced Memoji with iOS 12. In the earlier version, you would have to open a new message in the iMessage and then tap on the Memoji app to create Memoji. There was no easy way of using it in the Contacts. But in iOS 13, things are significantly more convenient. When you attempt to edit the portrait of any contact, you will find the option for using the existing Memoji, along with creating a new one. So, you can get everything set up pretty quickly.

Use a Mouse to Control Your Device

Use a Mouse to Control Your Device

There is a surprising secret buried deep in the Settings. It’s the ability to use Bluetooth mouse. However, it will take some time to get used to the new experience. Instead of a typical mouse pointer, you will see a cursor mimicking your finger. But that doesn’t make it less user friendly or less interesting. To enjoy this feature, head to Settings > Accessibility > Touch > Assistive Touch just after connecting the Bluetooth mouse to your iPhone. Toggle on the switch beside Assistive Touch. Then head to Pointing Devices to complete the necessary customization.

Deleting Apps from the Update Screen with a Swipe and a Tap

Deleting Apps from the Update Screen with Swipe and Tap

In iOS 13, Apple has added the ability to delete apps from the update screen. Swipe left while updating apps or viewing the recently updated apps. The Delete option will show up. Tapping on it will bring up the usual app deletion interface. Here, you can either confirm the removal or cancel the process. While the usual way of the previous iOS versions still works, the new process can save you time.

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