Apple has introduced a new way to quickly disable Touch ID on iPhones with iOS 11. With the latest public beta of the OS, you can quickly press the power button five times to disable Touch ID or call the emergency services.
iOS 11: Everything You Need to Know!
iOS 11 Let’s You Quickly Disable Touch ID and Call Emergency Services By Pressing Power Button Five Times
The tragedy of the “you’re running low on storage” popup is that it often strikes at the worst possible time. Often when you’re trying to record a video, or when you really need to download an app. Apple seems to have wised up on this problem. iOS 11 is filled with intelligent and automatic ways of managing storage space. One such feature – Offload Unused Apps – promises that you’ll never see that unfortunate low storage pop up ever again.
Apple released the sixth beta version of iOS 11 to developers a few days back. The update, which was followed by the release of public beta 5, comes with a number of bug fixes and improvements. The most notable changes are the new icons of some stock iOS apps, such as the App Store, Reminders, and Maps app. Additionally, there’s a new zoom-in animation when you unlock your iPhone.
No, we still don’t have the official dark mode that we’ve been wishing for since the past couple of years. But in iOS 11, there’s a new Accessibility feature that gets us really close to what we want to see. The new Smart Invert feature inverts UI colors like the background, buttons, text but it leaves off media like images, icons and other assets.
The upcoming iOS 11 is packed with tons of exciting new features that takes your user experience to a whole new level. Control Center and App Store have been redesigned with an all new look, there’s now a native screen recorder that many users always wanted, Siri is much smarter, and many other features.
Speed tests conducted across a range of iPhone and iPads when iOS 11 beta first dropped showed that its performance was not up to the mark when compared to the latest iOS 10.3 release. With the release date of final iOS 11 build closing in and six betas already out, it’s once again time to compare how iOS 11 compares to the latest iOS 10.3 release in terms of performance.
Now that we’re only a month away from iOS 11 release, Apple is speeding up the last few beta updates. As we get closer to the release, Apple is focusing more on fit and finish. There are no major new features in Beta 6. Although we find new icon designs, moved settings items and more.
Almost a week after the release of iOS 11 beta 5, Apple has now rolled out the sixth beta version of iOS 11 to registered developers. According to the release notes, this update includes a number of bug fixes and improvements.
Apple has seeded the sixth beta version of iOS 11 to developers for testing. Apple had released the first beta version just after the WWDC keynote a little over two weeks ago where it gave us a sneak peek of the next major software update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
iOS 11 added system wide drag and drop functionality for the iPad. Which means you can use more than one finger to interact with the screen. Drag an element with one finger, tap with another, “hold” an element (more on that later) with a third finger. You can do all of this at once. Some of these features are also available on the iPhone.