Apple introduced iOS 9 during WWDC 2015 on Monday. It covered several of the big enhancements coming to the platform, including a new version of Apple Maps with public transit and an even smarter Siri. But, up on stage, the company also posted a picture showing off a list of many, many other new features.

We dug through it, so here’s what developers, and ultimately you, can expect from iOS 9:

OCR accessory setup

Search extensibility

Audio unit extension

VPN plug-in extension

Swift 2

Map customization

Direct document

UI testing in Xcode

Notification actions

Third party notifications

Sensor profile

App thinning

Motorized Windows profile

Flyover and Walkthrough

New Health data types

Code coverage

Gaming APIs

Automated shades profile

Layout guide

Shortcut Bar

Object Oriented Contacts

New multitasking APIs

New HomeKit profiles

iCloud open in place

Home security profile

Storyboard references

App transport security API

Stack view

Wireless CarPlay

HomeKit iCloud remote access