Just like with previous iOS versions before it, Apple was able to demo only some of the main features of its upcoming iOS 8 update during this year’s WWDC keynote, but buried inside iOS 8 there will be plenty of other cool features Apple did not mention during the event. However, Apple listed some of the upcoming iOS 8 features it didn’t have time to discuss at length on a slide that popped up briefly at the very end of its presentation, as you can see in the image above.
For your enjoyment, here are 20 promising iOS 8 features that Apple did not talk about during the iOS 8 announcement, but that are nonetheless included in the upcoming major iOS release:
- Braille Keyboard for direct 6 dot braille input
- Private browsing per tab in Safari
- Instant burst camera mode
- Wi-Fi calling support
- ‘Hey, Siri’ hotword
- iBooks built into iOS 8
- Separate focus and exposure in Camera
- Flyover city tours
- Panoramic photos on iPad
- DuckDuckGo support in Safari
- In Case of Emergency Card
- Battery usage by app
- Travel time notifications
- iTunes content purchases with Siri
- 24 new dictation languages
- Rich text editing in Notes
- Touch ID to exit Guided Access
- Tips app
- Speak screen support
- FaceTime call waiting
Even more iOS 8 features are listed in the image above.
For the latest breaking news from Apple’s WWDC 2014 keynote, visit our WWDC 2014 hub! For an iOS 8 walkthrough, check out this post.