Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2017) is happening on between 5th-9th July 2017, which means we will be getting our first look at iOS 11 right after the WWDC’17 and what it has to offer sooner rather than later. Before that actually happens, we’re going to share all the details about what Apple’s iOS 11 update may have in store for iPhone and iPad owners. All the features, release date and more.
iOS 11 Features (Rumored)
Enhanced Siri Features: Digital assistants have been generally well accepted on devices, but it’s really time that they were taken to the next level. According to reports, iOS 11 will represent that movement with an overhauled and enhanced Siri experience. Apple, like a lot of other companies, is reportedly set to turn to advanced artificial intelligence to promote its products and boost its market share, which will start with a more powerful Siri integration with the release of iOS 11. Siri in iOS 11 will not only integrate with iMessage but will also learn user behavior. You can do more with iMessages and Siri.
FaceTime Group Calling: We all love facetime. It been so long that facetime is here and it’s lacking the group calling feature like Skype, Hangout. Now the new upcoming iOS updates will bring facetime group calling FaceTime. Now you will be able to talk with all your friends or relatives all together in Facetime. Apple is going to step in the game now.
For further details on this, check out our previous post about iOS 11 facetime features here >
Night Mode: This one has been rumored for quite some time now, and has actually been presented with some tangible evidence thanks to a number of leaks which appear to show some native iOS apps with a dark skin applied to them. Apple has already taken the plunge and brought that visual style into tvOS, so it makes perfect sense to assume that it’s actually on the agenda for iOS as well.
Say Good Bye to 32-bit App Support: We’ve already seen a number of alerts showing up in pre-release seeds of iOS 10.3 which already indicate that support for 32-bit apps is about to be dropped. This makes perfect sense as it will essentially prevent apps that have been abandoned or apps that haven’t been built against a 64-bit slice, from actually being launched on the device running iOS 11 and thereby prompting developers to take action. Hopefully, as time progresses Apple will also become more aggressive when it comes to purging abandoned apps from the App Store. Apple is likely to drop the 32bit apps support. Developers needs to update their apps for
More about iOS 11: we have access to leaks and certain information about Apple’s plans, and we can make our best guesses based on what we know, or think we know as the case may be, but we certainly can’t pre-empt every feature inclusion of every new improvement in the platform. And after all, half of the fun is actually downloading and interacting with the software to find out the extents of the improvements.
iOS 11 Beta Download, Release Date
As always Apple will release the iOS 11 beta for developers right after the WWDC 2017. The keynote will take places on June 5th. So after the event the iOS 11 beta, watchOS 4 berta and new macOS version will be out. If you want to install iOS 11 beta, watchOS 4 beta and the new macOS then register your iPhone/iPad/Mac to Apple Developer Account now. We are offering iPhone/iPad/Mac UDID registration to Apple Developer Account for only $15 for a year. Once you register with us you will be able to install all the iOS 11.x beta for full 1 year. So register now here >
iOS 11 Final version Release Date
Apple will release the iOS 11 beta’s for next 3 months and release the final full version of iOS 11 along with the iPhone 8. But Apple will release the iOS 11 GM version early which will be accessible to Apple Developers only or if you have registered your iPhone to Apple Developer Account here > then you can also get the iOS 11 GM version early. iPhone 8 will be released in September 2017.
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