iOS 15 hidden features, iPadOS multitasking, iCloud+ and more from WWDC on the AppleInsider podcast
This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, your hosts cover the many iOS features that Apple left out of the WWDC keynote, iCloud+ and custom email domains, iPadOS multitasking, plus Podcast subscriptions officially launching on June 15.
As developers have tested the beta releases of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey, new features Apple didn’t mention in the WWDC keynote have been found. On iOS 15, photos can now display EXIF data, for example, plus developers have access to a new Screen Time API, and the magnifying loupe has returned for text selection.Drag-and-drop support for files and photos on iPhone has also been discovered, a feature that was previously reserved for iPadOS. iCloud Keychain gained one-time password support, although as it doesn’t come with a standalone app users will have to dive deep into Settings to add two-factor authentication codes.