Reminders in iOS 13 gets an overhauled appearance, support for handy productivity shortcuts on a new keyboard bar, iTunes-like smart lists driven by Siri intelligence and other perks making it easier to create, organize and track your to-dos on iPhone and iPad.
During today’s WWDC keynote at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, Apple announced a plethora of new features and enhancements coming to iOS 13, the next major update to the world’s best mobile operating system.
Thanks to the Shortcuts app and the power of iOS automation it brings to the table, you can now delete all your completed reminders at once without having to wait for Apple to deliver that much-needed feature.
YouTube scheduled digest will stop all the separate alerts that are delivered to your phone throughout the day. Instead, what you get is a single digest that contains your notifications from the past day. Here’s how to use this helpful feature.