The iOS 11 Beta 2 is finally here (as we’re nearing the Public Beta release). And while it doesn’t bring a lot of UI or feature changes, it does fix a lot of bugs. Running Beta 2 should be much more tolerable than Beta 1. Here’s everything that’s new in this beta.
Turns out that Apple created a near-perfect tablet with the 10.5-inch iPad Pro.
It has been widely rumored that iPhone 8, iPhone X or whatever Apple ends up calling its 10th anniversary iPhone, will feature wireless charging.
iOS 11 is packed with lots of interesting features, including an all-new App Store and Control Center, a native screen recorder, customizable Control Center, and much more.
iOS 11 on the iPhone is more of an evolutionary update. While iPad gets some much deserved and “revolutionary” updates, the iPhone’s story is more about refinements and redesigns. Between the new Control Center, Unified Notifications, redesigned App Store and a general new design language, there’s quite a bit to talk about.
iOS 11 is packed with tons of amazing new features and major improvements, ranging from a redesigned Control Center and App Store to an all-new native screen recorder. While these new features and changes are exciting, some of them have been available to jailbreak users for a long time.
iOS 11 finally provided some much-needed updates to the iPad. With the new iOS update, Apple has overhauled the multitasking system, added drag and drop feature and even introduced a file system of sorts.
Apple has finally turned it up to 11. Apple showcased iOS 11 to the word at their WWDC 2017 Keynote. While it won’t be available to customers till Fall 2017, we do have a lot of information about whats in the iOS 11 update. Plus, developer betas are now available and we’ll be digging through them. It’s clear that iPad is the biggest focal point of iOS 11 but that doesn’t mean there aren’t useful and meaningful updates for iPhone users. In fact, updates to features are plentiful. Here are the 10 best.