iOS 8 features that Apple didn't have time to announce at WWDC

There were lots of new things that were announced for iOS 8, but Apple didn't have time to introduce everything on stage at WWDC. We'll group these features, many of which didn't get a proper mention, in this "one more thing" post and round them up, with some notable ones including FaceTime call waiting, WiFi calling, Shazam with Siri.

Here is the rundown of the features that we can expect to see with iOS 8 that Apple briefly flashed on a slide during the keynote:

  • Shazam with Siri
  • Auto night mode for iBooks
  • Rich text editing in Notes
  • Purchase iTunes content with Siri
  • In Case of Emergency card
  • RSS feeds in shared links
  • iBooks built into iOS
  • 'Hey Siri' for hands-free car use
  • Instant burst mode for camera
  • Private browsing
  • WiFi calling
  • Braille keyboard
  • Flyover city tours inside Maps app
  • Separate focus and exposure for Camera app
  • Panoramic photos on iPad
  • Improved zoom for accessibility
  • Battery usage by apps
  • Travel time notifications
  • Vector maps and navigation for China
  • 24 new dictation languages
  • iBooks show books in a series
  • Touch ID to exit from Guided Access
  • Camera timer
  • FaceTime call waiting
  • Time limits and countdown timer for Guided Access
  • Lunar calendar support
  • More language support for dictionaries and keyboards for increased localization
  • Alex voice for accessibility
  • Multi-device support for
  • Speak screen
  • Tips app
  • DuckDuckGo support in Safari

Some of those features, such as lunar calendar support and the camera exposure, were featured during the keynote, but others such as iBooks being built into iOS 8 and DuckDuckGo support as a search engine alternative to Google, Yahoo, and Bing for Safari were not covered.