Best iOS 13.3 Hidden Features You Should Know About

When you install iOS 13 or iPadOS 13, it adds many amazing characteristics to the iPad and iPhone. There are fewer chances to know all of them as the device has numerous ones like improved screenshots and a volume indicator.

There is an improvement in iPhone 11’s swanky new Deep Fusion Camera and dark mode. Many features that you wanted have been included in the updated version of iOS 13.

 

Source: Best iOS 13.3 Hidden Features You Should Know About

Apple undermines many improvements, such as Gesture Keyboard, new Volume Indicator, and improved Safari. iMessage search is just top of the line feature, but the new Photo-Sharing option is just the final seasoning by the chef, the chef’s kiss.

Below are the best features of iOS 13 that will make you install the update immediately.

New Way to Optimize Battery Charging

Charging your iPhone to full regularly and trying to keep it on 100%, can reduce your battery life capacity over time. This new technique in iOS 13.3 is the road to help prolong battery life by gaining charging routine and eliminating the chance the battery from constantly charging to 100%. Suppose that you charge your iPhone at night when you sleep, it will keep the iPhone charged at 80% and the last 20% will be charged just before your alarm sets off.

To access this feature:

Go to Setting>Battery>Battery Health. Then turn it on.

Improved Way to Scroll

This feature will be seen on the right side of the screen when you start to scroll on Safari. It shows where you are on the page and you can drag it up and down at a faster rate.

Scan Documents in the Files App

The recast Files app lets users scan documents and store your data directly on the Cloud or device.

To avail this:

Go to Files, then to the Browse tab, select the three-dot icon on the right corner, and select Scan Documents.

Now all you have to do is scan the document and it allows you to scan multiple pages and store them into a single PDF or save it in iCloud.

iMessage Search Will Work Now in Real

If you are a user of Apple products for a long time, you know how horrifying searching for the past message is. Now you can search any phrase or word, and results will be displayed instantly.

Searching Anything in iPhone by Your Voice

  1. You can find a small microphone symbol on the top-right side in the search bar.
  2. Click on the icon to search via voice, not typing.
  3. Apps like Setting, Mail, Messages are the examples where users can find data via voice search.

Share Photo With Location or Without It

Now we can remove the location information of photos when you share those from Photos app. The user can choose either to share your photo with location tag or without it on email, social media, or message.

To avail this feature, select the image you want to share, select on Option, turn off Location in the section mentioned in Include.

Different Volume Indicator

In iOS 13, the volume indicator is very small as compared to others. As you control the volume, it will shrink to the small line and hide as soon as you are done.

You have the option to use your fingers to adjust the volume too.

Dual Sim Support in iMessage and FaceTime gain

Travelers and businessmen will appreciate this feature as prior to this update, users can access only one number on iMessage and FaceTime. Apple updated the Dual SIM support feature on the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR as well. This feature is a Christmas gift for those who don’t wish to separate work and personal phones and carry them all the time.

Lucia Mandela is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Lucia has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.

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