Apple wants your phone to be your go-to personal assistant, which is why so many of iOS 9's features are focused on making life easier. And there's one in particular that we're excited about - Apple will start suggesting who an unknown caller might be by scanning your email and showing the name right on your incoming-call screen. Of course, if it's a complete stranger, it probably won't work, but it's great for all those times your co-workers or extended family give you a ring.
You can download apps that do something similar, but no other software has this service built into the phone. iOS 9 is available now for developers, via public beta in July, and for everyone else in the Fall. While you wait for it to come out, check out all the other flashy features you might have missed from Apple's big announcements.