iOS 13.2: Every hidden iPhone and iPad feature that we can find CNET

iOS 13.2: Every hidden iPhone and iPad feature that we can find – CNET

iOS has 13, many of the new features on your iPhone.

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In the two months since Apple released iOS 13, and iPadOS 13, the updates have been coming thick and fast, who is with bugs and smoothing of corners and edges. But updates how to get iOS 13.2 also useful features such as enabling the iPhone 11 Deep Fusion-camera-trick. The same update also added support for the AirPods Per (read our in-depth AirPods Pro review here), along with a range of new emoji. 

All of this is to brought in addition to the core features of iOS 13, to your devices. After you have updated your iPhone or iPad to the latest software and caught your breath, make sure to try the new dark mode (huzzah!), the gesture-keyboard improvements to Safari, along with everything else, what we cover in our complete guide to iOS 13

These features are great and everything, but we have also found a handful of features, the Apple proclaim  that are just as good, if not better. The new volume display alone is — chef ‘ s kiss  – a feature of iOS is needed for years. And iMessage are looking for, well, it’s downright amazing. You don’t sleep on the new photo-sharing options. 

at the Bottom 13 of the best hidden features in iOS 13. If you still are not ” installed iOS 13 make sure you get your phone for the update ready to the car before taking the plunge. Should something go wrong, while it is installed, you will be glad you took the time. Oh, and if you pay attention still on the fence about a iPhone 11, you to read our iPhone 11to review. 

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iOS-13 will help you extend your iPhone battery life. 

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Optimized battery-charging

a Routine of your iPhone ($900 at Amazon) battery charging, and hold it there for longer amounts of time, can damage your battery over time. A new option in iOS-13 is provided in order to help extend the life of your battery by learning your charge habits, and prevents the battery from charging to 100% right now.

If you Optimized normally charge overnight, while you sleep, the charging of the battery will keep your iPhone battery to 80% for most of the night, finishing off the last 20% of the charge right before your alarm clock rings. 

take advantage of the new possibilities, go to settings > battery > Battery Health, and turn it on.


The new scroll bar is a small, but meaningful improvement. 

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use the new scroll bar

If you scroll a webpage in Safari, a new scroll bar appears on the right side of the screen. Only instead of just a handy way to see where you are, on one side, now you can use it to scroll faster. Try it out by starting to scroll around on a page, then long press on the scroll bar and drag it up or down. The faster you drag, the faster Safari is scrolling. 

scan documents into files app

scan documents with ease in the files app. 

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scan documents into the app “files

The new app “files” you may now scan documents and save them directly to your device or cloud storage with little effort. You open the files app, select the Browse tab, tap the three-dots icon in the upper-right corner, then Scanning documents. Hold your device over the document you want to scan, and it should automatically detect the page. You can scan multiple pages into one PDF file and then save it in the iCloud or import it into another app, when you are finished. 

iMessage-looking for

now works in search of the last messages in the iMessage app has always been terrible. It just didn’t work. Has changed the. You can now search for a single word or phrase, and the results are displayed almost immediately.

It’s pretty cool. To test this out, open the messages app, swipe down to reveal the search box and enter. Neat, right?


you can now use your voice to search Apple’s own apps. 

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Locate your iPhone using your voice

Everywhere, where you have a search bar in Apple’s own apps, you’ll notice there’s now a microphone on the right side. Tap the new icon to your search query by voice, but to give it to. 

Apps like settings, Mail, news, and the Today view are just a few examples, where you will find the new voice search option. 


Apple continues privacy push with new features in iOS 13. 

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Share photos with or without location information

you can now strip the location information from a photo when you share it directly from the photos app. The new option means you can let the photo with Geotags, and you can see where it was taken, but if you share it via social media, E-Mails or messages, you can private the strip, the information, and hold any location information.

Select a photo (or photos) that you want to share in the photos app and then tap on options at the top of the screen and turn off location under the section labeled Include.

The new volume indicator in the vicinity of hidden… and this is a good thing. 

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New volume display

Another long-overdue feature for iOS users have already change the Apple to beg to, the volume level display. You, the pop know-up takes over the screen, if you set the volume when playing YouTube or Netflix?

the display in The iOS 13 is much smaller and slips off the side of your screen. As you adjust the volume, it is only a small line shrinks to hide but how to find the right volume. Thank You, Apple.

The “hidden” part here is that, if the white bar appears on your screen, you can use your finger to drag the volume up and down instead of the physical volume keys on the side of your iPhone or iPad. 


Business users and travelers, the addition of iMessage and FaceTime will appreciate support for the second row, if two SIM cards will be used. 

Apple has Dual-SIM support with the launch of the iPhone XS iPhone XS-Max< - span section="inline-annotation|leads"> ($1,000, Amazon) and iPhone XR< - span section="inline-annotation|leads"> ($749 at Amazon). The function is convenient for those who do not want to carry separate personal and work phones, or for those who frequently travel internationally and need a data plan, the less expensive than the roaming charges. 

Prior to iOS 13, users could only have a phone number for iMessage and FaceTime.


How often do you delete apps from your iOS device? 

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the apps from the update screen

Delete The old apps you have installed on your iPhone or iPad ($350 at Walmart) never a priority, or at least not for me. I know, I have observed that in the App Store, an app is updated, knowing that I’ll never launch the app again. But because the app is not easy to find on my home screen, I don’t bother to find it and uninstall.

After the Installation of iOS 13, or iPadOS, the next time you see an app you no longer need in the list of Updates, swipe to the left on the list and then tap Delete.


It seemed, it would never happen, but with iOS from Version 13, you can use a mouse to control your iPad or iPhone.

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Use a mouse to control your iPhone or iPad

It is true, you can use it to navigate the mouse or trackpad to your phone or tablet. The experience of using a mouse with the iPad is getting used to-it is a typical mouse pointer. Instead, there is a cursor, more or less mimics your finger. 

you can assign keyboard shortcuts for certain tasks, such as going back to the home screen, in the new menu. Connect a mouse to your iPhone or iPad, then go to settings > availability> contact > Assistive Touch (this) > pointing device to customize how it work. 


Finally, you can decide whether you through your wireless data plan when downloading apps from the App Store. 

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Remove app size restrictions on Mobile data

Apple has finally limits us the option to remove the App-Store-download. This means, you can, if you want to download a game, which is about as large as a gigabyte on your phone data plan. 

Go to settings > iTunes & App Store > Downloads, to get rid of the limit or the App Store will ask you if you want to download apps over 200MB.


you don’t have to worry more about how the management of a file you download with Safari on iOS 13. 

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Safari has a download manager now

now you can download files when using Safari on the iPhone and iPad. The Download manager icon is not displayed, unless you have an active (or recently active) download. Your download is automatically saved in the Downloads folder in your iCloud Drive account, which you can access in the app “files”.


full-length screenshots on iOS 13. 

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Long screenshots of web pages

If you ever have to take multiple screenshots of a website had to capture the text of an article, you’ll be happy to know that iOS-13-screenshot-tool has a new trick. Open Safari and take a screenshot of a website and immediately tap on the thumbnail preview. Above, the screenshot will be two options: image  full page

The function works in Safari, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, Mail, or Apple Maps.

select full page switch the entirety of the web page that you just view in a PDF file that you can cut then label and save the files app.

Originally published earlier this year. Updated several times with new information. 

Released on Fri, 29 Nov 2019 11:00:01 +0000

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