World's most advanced mobile operating system iOS has got the latest update in form if iOS 11. iOS 11 brings with it a variety of enhancements to make your iPhone/iPad experience even more smooth and better. That's cool. You can make your old iPhone (and iPad) feel new again by updating to iOS 11.
Apple revamped the App Store for iOS 11, with the obvious changes being the simpler layout and Games finally getting their own tab. Yes, it's time for another iMazing tip, simply because the software is so powerful and it's even more useful now that Apple has seriously nerfed iTunes.
If you've still got a sixth-generation iPod Touch, you can install iOS 11, too.
The most important update comes with the all-new Files app, providing iPad users access to the file manager to store and organise files. However, the firm admitted this week that this feature won't be available until later in the year.
In the current iOS version, Apple has built a tool that gives a specific guideline on what apps the new OS won't be supporting. This means that it's the ideal time to come off of the beta program, as, if you wait until iOS 11.1 beta is out, you'll have to do a full factory reset through iTunes to roll back, or wait until iOS 11.1 (or tvOS 11.1, for that matter) is publicly available.
New AirPlay 2 will allow you to control your home audio system and speakers in your house from your iPhone. And for those who don't, having the limit in place could be the default - which would protect them from unwanted data usage for things like automatic app updates, for example. And now it opens up both to awesome possibilities for augmented reality in games and apps.
While the above mentioned features are the key highlights of what iOS 11 would be, it is definitely not the end. However, with iOS 11, iPads are inching closer to replacing PCS and laptops rather than just being extra large iPhones.
You can use a new, one-handed keyboard on your iPhone.
If you're holding something in one hand it is often a struggle to reply to an urgent text.