Apple is making big changes to apps like Maps and Reminders in iOS 13, but there are many less noticeable features coming as well.
While these subtle features may not be as flashy as Dark Mode or the new photo editing tools coming in iOS 13, they’re bound to make everyday tasks like replying to email and multitasking more convenient.
There’s a lot coming in Apple’s iOS 13 software update, from a new system-wide Dark Mode to the major improvements coming to apps like Maps, Reminders, and Health.
But in addition to these sweeping changes, Apple has also sprinkled many subtle updates throughout iOS 13 that are less noticeable but will have a big impact when it comes to convenience.
Apple hasn’t announced an official launch date for iOS 13 beyond this fall, but in years past the company has debuted its new smartphone software alongside its refreshed iPhone models in September.
Here’s a look at some of the smaller new features coming in iOS 13, from the ability to change settings like Bluetooth and Wi-Fi straight from the Control Center to better tab management in Safari.
Set tabs in Safari to close automatically after a day, a week, or a month.
If you often open new tabs when browsing the web on your smartphone and forget to close them, you’ll appreciate this new feature coming in iOS 13. You’ll be able to tell your iPhone to automatically close tabs in Safari after a designated period of time, such as a day, a week, or a month. (source)
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