Safari’s update for iOS 11 is filled with technology updates that mostly work behind the scenes. The Cross Site Tracking prevention feature, for example, will automatically block trackers for you.
iOS 11: Everything You Need to Know!
One of the things that Apple likes to promote is the fact that quite a few of its older devices are updated to the newest version of iOS.
Apple changed the Control Center functionality in iOS 11, with some sweeping changes to aesthetics, and, in some cases, functionality.
iOS users will be greeted to more emoji with the iOS 11.1 update, Apple has shared. These new emoji are Apple’s take on the additions made with the Unicode 10 standard. Apple introduced a bunch of new emoji as part of the “World Emoji Day” in July this year. Apple will bring those in addition to the 30 new emoji shown off today as part of the iOS 11.1 update.
Apple today announced that it is adding support for hundreds of new emoji with iOS 11.1. These new emoji have been approved by the Unicode consortium and are a part of Unicode 10.
Post the release of iOS 11.0.2 earlier this week, Apple has stopped signing iOS 10.3.3 and iOS 11. This means that it is no longer possible for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch owners to downgrade back to iOS 10.3.3 now.
Apple has just released iOS 11.0.2 software update for bug fixes and improvements for iPhone or iPad, including a fix for an issue where crackling sounds may occur during calls for a small number of iPhone 8 and 8 Plus devices, addresses an issue that could cause some photos to become hidden, etc.
iOS 11 is one of those behind the scenes update. You’ll find big sweeping changes on the iPad. But on the iPhone, they’re much more subtle. There are new technologies under the hood. And new features like Do Not Disturb While Driving or QR Code scanning that only get a mention in the Settings app.