Apple is slated to reveal new and upgraded features on iOS 13 and more during this year’s WWDC. A report claims that these features are meant to provide users with a faster iOS experience on their iPhones and iPads.

Apple is set to hold its annual Worldwide Developers Conference beginning in June 3, and will reveal many of the updates to its operating systems for the iPhone and iPad, the Mac, and the Apple Watch.

Apple Insider reported that the new iOS 13 introduces new apps and features that will make it easier and faster to use. These apps and features, according to Bloomberg, will be a combination of Apple-developed apps and those from third-party developers.

Here are some of the things coming to iOS 13

iOS 13, codenamed “Yukon,” will speed up devices and reduce the number of bugs affecting their performance. It also introduces some tweaks to the UI, including new animations shown when launching multitasking or closing apps.

A new keyboard feature similar to a third party app called “SwiftKey” is coming to iOS 13. This allows users to type words faster by simply swiping their finger across letters.

The Health app will now have a new “hearing health” feature that monitors how users listen to music on their devices. This feature also monitors the loudness of the environment around the device. Aside from the hearing health feature, the Health app also has improved menstrual cycle tracking.

Those who use third-party to-do list apps will enjoy the updated Reminders app. The revamped app features four default sections shown simultaneously on the main screen. These sections show the tasks to be done today, all tasks, scheduled tasks, and flagged tasks. Each section has its own color helping to organize tasks.

Screen Time now has a new feature that allows parents to limit who their kids can and cannot contact at specific times of the day. With this feature, parents can prevent their kids from texting friends during class times, or contact other people during bedtime.

What about WatchOS?

Apple is also expected to add the App Store to the Apple Watch, allowing users to download essential apps like new health apps, the Calculator app, and a Books app that will allow users to listen to audiobooks on the road. This update will make the Apple Watch independent of other Apple devices.

Apple watch Apple announced a repair program for aluminum Apple Watch Series 2 and Series 3 models. (Pictured: Jeff Williams, chief operating officer of Apple Inc., speaks during an Apple event at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park on September 12, 2018 in Cupertino, California.) Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images