TypeScript vs. JavaScript with JSDoc

I might be wrong, but as far as I understand, the biggest advantage of using TypeScript is its strong-typed nature. But the same behavior can be achieved using JSDoc with modern, strict, module-based plain/vanilla JavaScript (ES11 / ECMAScript 2020) and any modern IDE, which is capable controlling the JSDoc annotations.

Is my assumption correct or I missed some important features, which can be found exclusively in TypeScript?

P.S. The legacy browsers support is not a problem in my case. Only the latest stable and the LTS-versions of Chromium-based and Firefox browsers are relevant for me.