Expect Improved Mail, Volume HUD & More
According to the 9to5Mac report, Apple's making some major changes to the popular Mail application.
The site claims that the upgraded version of the app "will be able to organize messages into categories such as marketing, purchases, travel, “not important” and more, with the categories being searchable. You'll also be able to add messages to a “read later” queue.
There's also a redesigned Reminders application, a redesigned volume HUD, improvements to "Hey Siri" which includes the ability to reject common background noises like babies crying, improved multilingual support for keyboards and dictation, and expanded in-app printing controls.
According to Bloomberg, there are also some major changes in the Messages app including the ability to use a profile photo and display name and a new dedicated menu for Animoji characters and Memoji stickers.
Of course, there's no guarantee all of this makes it into the final version of iOS 13. Everything is dependent on testing and there's always a chance a feature, or multiple features, get pulled from the final release.
For more on these features and other potential additions, please check out our guide.
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