iOS 18 may add new features to these 15 apps on the iPhone

Apple is expected to introduce iOS 18 at the WWDC event on June 10th, promising many improvements and new features for iPhone and iPad users. Among them, several Apple apps are said to undergo significant enhancements, including Apple Music, Apple Maps, Calculator, Messages, Notes, Safari, and others.

Subsequently, MacRumors has compiled rumored features expected in iOS 18, based on statements from MacRumors, Mark Gurman (of Bloomberg), and other reliable sources.

Apple Maps

Custom routes: Allows users to select specific routes tailored to their preferences and needs.
Terrain maps: Provides detailed information about terrain, such as trails, elevation, and points of interest, supporting outdoor activities and exploration.

Apple Music

Automatic playlist creation: Based on users’ music preferences, Apple Music will automatically generate suitable playlists, helping users discover new and favorite tracks.


Improved Calculator app: Optimized interface, supports easy unit conversions, integrates with Notes app, and adds a sidebar listing recent calculations.
Available on iPad: The Calculator app will officially be available on iPad, meeting users’ study and work needs.


“Scenes” feature: Allows users to easily navigate and manage projects, notes, or complex sketches by dividing them into separate “scenes.”


AI support for Health app: Apple is developing new AI features to enhance health data tracking and analysis, contributing to more effective health care.

Keynote, Numbers, and Pages

AI-based content creation: Automatically generates slides in Keynote, supports faster writing in Pages, and other smart features to save time and enhance work productivity.


RCS support: Improves messaging experience between iPhone and Android devices, allowing high-quality photo and video sharing, audio messaging, typing indicators, read receipts, Wi-Fi messaging, and other useful features.
AI-based auto-completion: Speeds up messaging and helps users express ideas more effectively with AI-based auto-completion based on context.


Display mathematical symbols: Allows users to easily jot down mathematical formulas, equations, and charts in the Notes app.
Integrated voice recorder: Eliminates the need to switch to the Voice Memos app, facilitating quick and convenient audio note-taking within the Notes app.


Web browsing assistant: Summarizes webpage content, supports information search, and provides a smarter web browsing experience.
“Web Eraser” feature: Allows users to remove specific elements from web pages to protect privacy and create a safer online environment.


Automation of complex tasks: Easily create and execute automated action sequences to save time and effort for users.

Siri and Spotlight

Enhanced natural language processing: With AI applications, Siri and Spotlight can better understand complex questions and search queries, providing more accurate and relevant results.

Recently, Apple officially announced the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC24), scheduled to take place from June 10 to 14. Additionally, developers and students will have the opportunity to attend this special event at Apple Park on the opening day.

Traditionally, Apple shares the latest information about its operating systems at WWDC. And at the upcoming opening event on June 10, Apple will introduce iOS 18, iPadOS 18, macOS 15, watchOS 11, tvOS 18, and visionOS 2.

Susan Prescott, Apple’s Vice President of Worldwide Developer Relations, shared: “We are thrilled to connect with developers from around the world during the special technology week and tech community at WWDC24. WWDC focuses on sharing new ideas and equipping excellent developers with creative tools and resources to help them create even greater products.”

Read more about iOS 18 and other updates.

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