Tuesday, 14 November 2017

New IOS 11 Features

Apple’s most ambitious iOS update nevertheless is here. it's lots of corking options hiding from plain view. Curious what secret features it keeps under wraps? once unveiling 3 new iPhones this year, Apple followed up with a amazingly hefty iOS update that’s jam-packed with new features.


Chat with Siri – Embarrassed to speak to Siri in public? you'll currently kind your questions to Siri in iOS 11. go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Siri > type to Siri. Toggle this option on and a keyboard can appear the next time you call on Siri’s help.
Siri translates – go ahead and ask Apple’s iconic voice assistant a way to say “you’re welcome” in a very completely different language and you’ll be given spoken and written answers. Siri will currently translate English words/phrases to French, Italian, Spanish, German, and mandarin chinese.


Flyover Mode – On iOS 11, you'll “fly over” a town by walking or spinning around your iPhone. think about it like a simplified AR (Augmented Reality) that lets you navigate a town you choose while not spending for bus fares (or eggbeater rides). To try, choose 3D view, a popular town, so tap the Flyover

One-Handed Zoom – Finding your way around while you’re behind the wheel? simply double-tap on Apple Maps and keep your finger on the screen on the second tap. After, swipe up and right down to zoom in and out of a map. No doubt, Apple Maps is slowly however surely catching up to Google Maps.


Edit a Live picture – Open a Live picture, choose Edit and so mute the video. After, look for the video preview (found at the bottom) and proceed with trimming it similar to you'd a normal video by dragging the sliders from either finish. Swipe up on a Live photo and you'll be able to add Bounce, Loop, and Long Exposure effects, too.

QR Code Recognition – Once you've got iOS 11, you’ll have very little reason to keep all those third-party QR code apps you downloaded. simply open your camera, purpose it at a QR code, and it’ll automatically read it.


Extra Keys on iPad – We’ve known touch the shift key brings up different symbols and numbers. This time, you'll be able to see a lot of characters by pulling down on the shift key on your iPad keyboard. One-Handed Keyboard – A long-time feature on iPad can reach a lot of iPhone users in iOS 11. With the newest iOS, you'll be able to hold down the world keyboard button to point out a mini keyboard that may simply be attached to the proper or left facet of the screen.

Control Center

Support for Long Press – the only thanks to get fast access to contextual choices up to speed Center (in previous iOS iterations) was with the 3D touch. the choices will currently be opened using a long press. Long proceed the torch icon and you'll be able to currently adjust your iPhone’s brightness.

Customize the centre – you'll be able to now add shortcuts to Notes, Low Power Mode, Wallet, Text Size, Screen Recording, et al within the control center. To do so, go to Settings > control center > customize Controls. take note the layout is fixed which a lot of options (for shortcuts) can likely come in later updates.


Password Sharing – If two iOS 11 devices ar within range of each other however just one is connected to Wi-Fi, that device will share the password if the opposite phone tries to connect to the signal. The offline user will in real time connect (with the connected device’s permission) while not typing something with iOS 11’s quick password sharing feature.


SOS call – On the Phone section in Settings, you'll notice an auto decision turn that on and you'll dial 911 once the Sleep/Wake/Power button is pressed 5 times quickly. It’ll definitely are available in handy during emergency cases.


Remove Apps automatically – With iOS 11, you’re given the choice to automatically delete apps you rarely use once you cease on storage. All data and settings are saved, though, so nothing necessary are lost. The app can simply come back once a bit of storage is freed up, too. notice this feature on Settings & General & iPhone Storage.

Smart space Recommendations – It’s value noting that Storage and iCloud Usage in Settings has been renamed iPhone/iPad Storage. Explore that space and you’ll notice recommendations on a way to save space on your device. You’ll notice choices to remove large iMessage attachments, auto-delete recent conversations, and store messages in iCloud by default.


Editing Screenshots – rather than diving right back into the camera app to edit screenshots, you'll markup and re-crop them straight once you're taking one.

Screen Recording – If you’re fond instructional videos, fix bugs in apps, or do tech support, you’ll like this new possibility within the center. There’s currently an possibility in there to capture no matter is going on on your screen till you tell it to stop. Note that you just will try this with or without audio.


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