The iOS 11 update isn't just about display or speed; many design aspects of the iPhone and iPad will be overhauled. Read on for our run-down of the new features, and find out how you might be affected. The iOS 11 update will allow you to see floor plans, let you browse floors, view directories and search. Also, Live Photos will receive the new Bounce and Loop effects. Siri will also come with a translation support (in beta) for five languages. Many features made it to the stage including a new file system, a dock for apps, and drag and drop.
The other downside is that some apps will stop working as they will need to be optimised for iOS 11. Hence, there's no guarantee that this feature will make the final cut. A new QuickType keyboard on iPad delivers quick access to numbers, symbols and punctuation. The update, which is set to launch in the fall, will include several major updates for iPhone and iPad users, including a "Do Not Disturb while Driving" feature.
You can keep using them with iOS 10, but if you plan to upgrade to iOS 11 (which Apple confirmed will be release around September this year), now is the time to take action for any apps you depend upon. On stage, Apple software executive Craig Federighi used an iPhone's camera to project a 3-D rendering of a living room onto a big screen.
Apple's new iPhone operating mode isn't impenetrable, however; important messages can still break through if they're marked "urgent", and users will be able to deactivate Do Not Disturb while Driving if they so choose. Aside from iOS 11, it is also perfectly compatible with iOS 10/9/8 powered iPhone 7/7 Plus/6S/6S Plus/6/5S, iPad Pro/Air 2, etc. You can see the customisable action in the video below. It also comes with lane guidance feature which will help you avoid missing a turn or exit by recommending the lane you should be in while navigating.