WWDC 2017 is going to take place on 5th June and Apple will be officially releasing the iOS 11 beta and all of it’s features. Apple releases the developers beta versions to registered Apple developers. If you want to be a part of it and install iOS 11 beta on that day then register your iPhone UDID to Apple Developer Program at iAppleStuffs UDID Registration page. We are offering iOS 11 UDID Registration for all the iDevices. If you are interested then go ahead and enroll your device udid now to Apple Developer Program.
Reddit user cyanhat revealed a list of features that iOS 11 like peer-to-peer payments, an automatic low-power mode and a switch to FaceTime Audio as the standard calling mode. That’s amazing. I can’t wait for iOS 11
iOS 11 New features
New peer-to-peer payments, this could be an upgrade in the Wallet app and the app will be renamed to Pay, and will feature a social feed and integration with iMessage. Which means you’ll be able to make payments using your messaging app on your iPhone and may be in iPad as well.
FaceTime Audio is now reportedly going to replace cellular calling as the standard calling method between Apple devices. This would be an unsurprising move, given that iMessage has already effectively done the same thing in iOS already, replacing the SMS as the standard message between Apple devices. We have already got news earlier that there will be group facetime calling in iOS 11 >
According to cyanhat, low-power mode is now going to be more smart & intelligent. it will learn your habits for using low-power mode and will create a schedule to automatically put itself into low-power mode. It will also be geographically adaptive, so if you want to be in low-power mode whenever away from your house, iOS will automatically make those changes for you. That’s really smart.
As this news is only a Reddit post and we haven’t found previous solid leaks from this user, there’s no guarantee any of these features will come to fruition, but they do follow the pattern of previous rumors surrounding iOS 11. So fingers crossed.
We are keeping track on iOS 11 all news updates and everything. If you want to know everything we know so far, check out our iOS 11 release date, news, and rumors page. Stay tuned for more updates of iOS 11.