Published: Fri, June 09, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

New Apple Operating System Will Include 'Do Not Disturb While Driving' Feature

New Apple Operating System Will Include 'Do Not Disturb While Driving' Feature

Then, as reported by Engadget, a developer document emerged seemingly-confirming that iOS 11 will let developers create apps that make use of the iPhone's NFC chip. It will be available for all models of the iPad Air and iPad Pro, as well as for the iPhone 5s and up, 5th-generation iPad, 6th-generation iPod touch, and iPad mini 2 and up.

iOS 11 will help iPhone and iPad users with storage problems as it will provide suggestions on how to reduce space. A similar feature already exists on Google Android phones.

Apps that only run in 32-bit will not show up in search results in the new version of the App Store, or be available from the Purchased tab if they have been downloaded previously.

So what is the difference between Offloading apps in iOS 11 and deleting app in iOS 10? However, for iOS 11 users, the Wi-Fi sharing functionality removes this step from the process, letting you wirelessly send the password to their iPhones and iPads.

Apple has revealed at WWDC 2017 that developers will be able to use the NFC chip in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with their apps.

"By blending digital objects and information with the environment around you, ARKit takes apps beyond the screen, freeing them to interact with the real world in entirely new ways", according to Apple. However, iPhones will get a lot of new features, too. For example, based on searches made using the Safari browser, Siri will be able to offer more personalized place and topic suggestions on Mail, Messages and other apps.

With iOS 11, Apple has introduced some design changes including bolder fonts, borderless buttons, new animations, and other small tweaks.

The App Store editors will also be doing more feature content with a handful of regular series that will appear on the store, including: Meet the Developer, Behind the Scenes, Making a Difference, What's on My iPhone, Apps I love, and Love Letter.

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