At the Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC), Apple showcased their new iOS 9. It’s sleeker, it’s more efficient, it’s faster and it’s more powerful than its predecessors. It has new features such as a low power mode, adding public transportation to Maps, and a News app. With Apple’s iPhones becoming more and more like Android, and its continuing second chair in the smartphone market, Apple is beginning to innovate their phones to new heights. One feature, however, wasn’t included in Tim Cook’s presentation and it wasn’t until people got their hands on the documentation that the feature was even found.