Apple’s annual update to iPhone software is coming on September 19.
Next Tuesday, Apple will release iOS 11 to everyone with a modern iPhone, it announced at its new iPhone launch event.
iOS 11 includes new features, redesigned shortcuts, and a new kind of software called ARkit that will enable the iPhone’s camera to integrate graphics into the real world.
Developers and early adopters have already been using the software that will be powering the iPhone X right now. Business Inisder has testing using iOS 11 for months. Here are the 13 biggest changes we’ve found:
1. A redesigned Control Center lets you swipe up to find the settings you use most often, and now it's customisable.
2. Apple has changed the screenshot workflow, and now you can make screen-recording videos, too. Now screenshots go into the lower corner, and you can mark them up before sharing them. We used this feature to help put together this article.
This is what screenshots look like on an iPad.
3. There are a lot of Siri improvements in the latest version of iOS, but you'll first notice that its voice has changed to be more realistic.
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