Apple’s Monday keynote at its Worldwide Developers Conference was jam-packed with information about the company’s new operating systems and development tools. As such, it’s no surprise that a slide entitled “iOS 8 features we didn’t have time to talk about” made only a lightning-brief appearance. But we picked through that slide to find some of the intriguing new features you may not have realized were coming to iOS 8 this fall. Camera: Burst mode for older phones: When the iPhone 5s debuted, it included a quick burst mode, which let users press and hold the shutter button to snap multiple photos in succession. Owners of older iPhones got a somewhat slower version, which only snapped images once every half-second or so. In iOS 8, graphics optimizations will apparently give those users a quicker burst mode.