IOS 11 control won't turn off WiFi or Bluetooth completely

Posted September 22, 2017

Apple's new iOS 11 gives users control over when the Uber app tracks their location.

The multi-tasking ability adds significant flexibility to activities such as content creation where you need access to text and photos at the same time, for example.

Both Bluetooth and Wifi will also switch on at 5AM local time though we aren't sure why. However, it would seem that the Cupertino firm is doing the exact opposite with the new iOS 11.

What the switches actually do, says Apple, is "immediately disconnect [your device] from Wi-Fi and Bluetooth accessories". While there are speculations that the feature was removed because it wasn't used very often, but Apple's iOS chief Craig Federighi himself explained why the feature is removed. With iOS 11 you will be able to add in different widgets and buttons depending on what you use your phone for.

The upcoming iPhones namely iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X will run on iOS 11 by default. iPhone 8 will be shipped in next week while the users have to wait for iPhone X but its pre-orders will begin soon. The larger question is how Apple controls which devices can connect to the iPhone in this mode. Here are a few places to do that. Apple implemented these changes intentionally, with the full understanding of what it could mean. Before you do that you should try fixing the issue from home.

Even if you're not running iOS 11 on your iPhone or iPad, however, you're still getting the benefit. It offers fixes for the most common software problems. Still, this kind of UI change is an annoyance - Apple just made turning networks off to save battery life more hard, in the name of making an Apple Pencil easier to use.

You can make skin tones more natural, portraits more expressive and the photo file size will be halved. It will not only speak the phrase but will showcase it on your display so that you can see it. You can also get in contact with Apple Support via the company website.

If you choose to move it, typing with one thumb is much, much easier. At this point, if a developer hasn't updated their app yet, they probably aren't going to.

You can't downgrade your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus to iOS 10.

New to iOS 11?

One major change to Apple's new mobile operating system is that it no longer supports 32-bit apps. The more interesting part is users can customise it completely. It'll help you prepare for the future. As a conclusion, it might be best not to upgrade to the current version of the iOS 11.

Meanwhile, here's how to fix the iOS 11 update which blocks Microsoft accounts from sendings emails.