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When you’re driving, iOS recognizes that you’re connected to the audio system with Bluetooth or uses the iPhone’s motion sensors to activate a new ‘do not disturb’ mode. With this mode, you don’t get any notifications and you can configure an auto-reply if somebody texts you.

With iOS 11, full Messages synchronization has now been implemented to work across all Apple devices you sign into. Deleting a sketchy message on your iPhone, for example, will also automatically delete it from Messages on your iPad or Mac, unlike before. This feature has the added bonus of consuming less of your iPhone's storage space, as it also archives all your data in the cloud and only keeps recent Messages on your devices.

Apple unveiled iOS 11 during its Worldwide Developers Conference this week, and while it might not feature an overhauled Messages app like last year, the company’s smaller but iterative changes add functionality that some users might have always wanted. Do Not Disturb While Driving, for example, mutes notifications when your iPhone thinks you’re moving. It’ll auto-reply to your texts, too, which is a welcome feature after other companies, like Samsung, introduced a similar product. The whole App Store is undergoing a redesign, as well, so that’s cool.

When iOS 10 came out, it gave the Messages app a built-in App Store for iMessages, giving us the unprecedented ability to access content to greatly enhance our messaging experience. But it was kind of clunky to visit the App Store or view already downloaded iMessage apps.

Better data controls We have a lot of apps now, and they take up a lot of data – automatic updates, song downloads, photos and videos. So it’s a pain when you visit a country with high roaming charges and have your iPhone start downloading hundreds of emails, or log onto a limited Wi-Fi network only for it to put an app out of action while it slowly downloads.

Following a huge anticipation, Apple iOS 11 has finally been announced. With this new software update for Apple iOS 11, both iPhone and iPad users will get major upgrades on their devices. The new iOS 11 will come to your iPhones and iPads, but when Apple announces its next iPhone, the iPhone 8, or whatever the company names its next iPhone as. The company has confirmed that the new software update will first come to the next iPhone. Apple said, “iOS 11 is available as a developer preview today and will be a free software update for iPhone and iPad this fall.” With an aim to upgrade its core technologies, Apple has unveiled numerous features for the iOS 11. The first feature introduced by Apple was synchronised messages between iOS and macOS. Following the digital payments’ success, Apple Pay has expanded the person-to-person payments, which has positioned Apple among various such services.


The proof will be in the pudding. But Apple insists that through machine learning and artificial intelligence, Siri will indeed get smarter in iOS 11, and also learn more about how to please you with personal experiences and suggestions by learning what you’re doing inside the Safari, News, Mail and Messages apps. Your Siri interactions are synced across devices (and encrypted.) I don’t know how much you’ll appreciate the new, supposedly more natural-sounding male and female Siri voices. But international travelers will likely appreciate the fact that Siri will be able to translate English words and phrases into Chinese, French, German and Spanish.

Another report suggests the iPhone 8 may not arrive until 2018. A research Deutsche Bank, picked up by Business Insider, claims the smartphone won't make it onto shelves this year due to supply chain issues and "technical challenges".

Apple iPhone 8 is expected to sport an edge-to-edge display with a 5.1-inch screen. It is said to be a complete redesign, with a curved glass back, wireless charging support. According to reports, the new iPhone could cost more than $1000 (or approx Rs. 64,296).

Apple unveiled iOS 11 during its Worldwide Developers Conference this week, and while it might not feature an overhauled Messages app like last year, the company’s smaller but iterative changes add functionality that some users might have always wanted. Do Not Disturb While Driving, for example, mutes notifications when your iPhone thinks you’re moving. It’ll auto-reply to your texts, too, which is a welcome feature after other companies, like Samsung, introduced a similar product. The whole App Store is undergoing a redesign, as well, so that’s cool. We compiled a couple lists of all the features we learned from the WWDC keynote, and now we’re narrowing them down to the things that we’re most excited about. These are the six best new features coming with iOS 11. You can pay friends with Apple Pay This could be huge. Users can pay someone via an iMessage or tell Siri to pay someone by using a credit or debit card that’s stored in their Wallet. Once they’re paid, this money goes into an Apple Pay Cash account and can be sent to other people or used to buy something in stores through Apple Pay. It can also be transferred to a bank account. Now, your friends have to be on iOS for this to work, so it doesn’t have the exact appeal of Venmo or Square Cash, but still, the idea of sending money through Messages instead of a third-party app is appealing. I imagine some people likely won’t switch, simply because they’ve already set up a solid network on Venmo and have a workflow. For those who haven’t, or don’t like the social network part of that service, this is a nice opportunity to try something else. Siri translations Siri will be able to translate English words and phrases into Chinese, French, German, Italian, or Spanish. Apple demoed this functionality during its keynote.


Google Assistant already does this, so while Apple’s playing catch-up with this feature, it’s still nice to have. We don’t know how well it works, but the idea of going to China and having Siri translate a phrase for me is great, especially if I don’t have to navigate to the Google Assistant app and can instead access Siri straight from my home button. Automatic app deletion CydiaGeeks iOS 11 will launch with the option to automatically delete apps you never use through a feature called Offload Unused Apps. Basically when you’re running low on storage, the feature will get rid of apps you infrequently use while retaining related documents and data so you can always get the app back. A tap on the app’s grayed-out icon will restore it. Owners of 16GB iPhones can celebrate this, although if you’re using a ton of apps, I’m not sure how much it’ll really help storage issues. New Control Center The new Control Center is getting a lot of flack for how overwhelming it could potentially look, but I’m psyched to have everything in one place. You can customize the control screen to your needs, like having an Apple TV widget or stopwatch access.

With iOS 11, we’ll be able to customize our docks with apps we use most frequently. Plus, we can multitask with up to three apps running at once, side by side. A new Files app will also let users store data locally and access it straight from the device, just like a Mac. The Verge’s Vlad Savov pointed out this week that the iPad is increasingly becoming a device that could replace a computer. This is welcome news, especially for people who might be using their iPad at work. Screen capture Apple didn’t even mention that iOS 11 would allow for easy screen capturing during WWDC, but developers messing around with the beta release gave us a peek. You’ll be able to screen record right from the new Control Center to capture whatever you do.

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