The iOS 16 update this fall will bring a whirlwind of new features to the iPhone experience. With the update, new features are added to the Apple Notes app, which you can use on most of your devices. Let’s take a look at what’s to come…
Perhaps the most important new feature in Apple Notes is the ability to take a quick note on your iPhone. Previously, this was only done on iPad and Mac, but now we can jot down a note quickly using our iPhones. Using the Share menu, iPhone users can create a quick note in any app. Additionally, users can encrypt their locked notes end-to-end with their iPhone passcode. It is a great way to keep your private notes from others.
There are also improved smart folders that automatically organize notes into a smart folder with more powerful filters. Notes can be organized chronologically like today and yesterday for easy access. You can choose to filter any or all of the criteria from a Smart Folder or Tag Browser. Rules can also be set for date created, date modified, sharing, mentions, checklists, attachments, folder, pinned notes, and locked notes.
If you want to learn more about the Apple Notes app, check out our guide on how to use it to its full potential:
What do you think of the new features in the Apple Notes app? Y avait-il d’autres nouvelles fonctionnalités que vous espériez voir? For example, do you hope Apple would bring the Notes app to the Apple Watch? Let us know your general thoughts in the comments.
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