Safari has grown over the years to become an extensive web browser. It takes on its closest competitor, Google Chrome, by offering a bunch of essential features that makes web browsing a joyful experience. You can browse sites while in Private Mode, save pages to your offline reading list, bookmark your favorite sites, have a bunch of tabs open at once, and much more.
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The next major version of iOS, known as iOS 11, comes packed with tons of exciting new features that will improve the user experience. It comes with a redesigned App Store and Control Center, native screen recorder, document scanner in Notes app, peer-to-peer Apple Pay payments, and so much more. One of the notable UI changes is the music interface on the Lock screen that is shown when you start playing a song on your iPhone.
Emojis have become so popular that they are slowly replacing the traditional text messages. With emojis, you can quickly and easily express your mood and feelings than if you were to do it in words. iOS comes with a dedicated keyboard built specifically to access over hundreds of Emojis. The keyboard is split into different categories with one section dedicated to viewing the recently used Emojis.
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 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.
Dark mode has been something iOS users have been wanting to try for quite some time now. There were a lot of rumors that we were going to see it with the release of iOS 10, but with every update, we never were graced with its presence. But, is there a hidden dark mode in iOS 10? There might just be.