Apple is adding a ton of new features with iOS 8, so many in fact that it couldn’t cover them all today during the WWDC 2014 keynote. The company still included a slide in its presentation offering a list of new iOS 8 features.
Some of the unannounced new iOS 8 features we’re most excited about include the ability to monitor battery usage by individual app, rich text editing in Notes, Wi-Fi calling, private browsing in individual Safari tabs, an In Case of Emergency card, and FaceTime call waiting. Apple is also adding the ability to pick the privacy-focused DuckDuckGo as your default search engine in Safari for anyone who prefers to keep their search data out of Google’s hands.
Apple’s adding a ton of new language support for non-English speakers as well, including definition dictionaries for Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Thai and Turkish Hindi. It’s also adding keyboards for Indian, Tagalog and Irish Galeic along with improved input for Braille.