In the WWDC Keynote, Apple showed the drag and drop feature in iOS 11 working on the iPad. They didn’t say anything about it when it comes to the iPhone. A new video now shows the feature in action on the iPhone. Confirming what we’d heard before.
iOS 11: Everything You Need to Know!
iOS 11’s Podcasting App Will Allow Downloading of Full Seasons; Give More Analytics Information to Podcasters
Apple gave quite a few of its system apps a revamp with iOS 11. Among them, the company also gave the Podcasts app a much needed revamp and added some new features to go along with it.
Up until now, iOS developers have used custom pop-ups to prompt users to rate their app after which they would be redirected to the App Store to review the app. Apple did introduce a new App Store rating API with iOS 10.3 but made it optional in nature to use.
With iOS 11, Apple gave the OS its biggest ever refresh for the iPad. Among the key new features for iPad is the new drag and drop feature which allows one drag and drop almost any content from one app to any app and across anywhere in the OS.
One of the starkest new changes in iOS 11 is the newly redesigned Control Center that’s also customizable. We’ve been wishing for this since iOS 7 day and it’s finally here. How exactly does the new Control Center work? How is it customizable? Read on to find out.
iOS 11 adds a lot of new and interesting features. From the redesigned Control Center, the new App Store to the new multitasking on iPad. But in the process, iOS has also removed some features. Here are the features you’ll no longer see in iOS 11.
The Apple Watch can use photos from your library as a custom watch face, but the process to do so is a little bit more time consuming than some might like.
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.