iOS 11 is the eleventh major release of the iOS mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc., being the successor to iOS 10. It was announced at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference on June 5, 2017, and released on September 19, 2017.
Among iOS 11’s changes: the lock screen and Notification Center are combined, allowing all notifications to be displayed directly on the lock screen. The various pages of the Control Center are unified, gaining custom settings and the ability to 3D Touch icons for more options. The App Store receives a visual overhaul to focus on editorial content and daily highlights. A “Files” file manager app allows direct access to files stored locally and in cloud services. Siri can now translate between languages and use a privacy-minded “on-device learning” technique to better understand a user’s interests and offer suggestions. The camera has new settings for improved portrait-mode photos and will use new encoding technologies to reduce file sizes on newer devices. Messages is integrated with iCloud to better synchronize messages across iOS and macOS devices; a later point release will support person-to-person Apple Pay payments. The operating system also introduces the ability to record the screen, limited forms of drag-and-drop functionality, and support for augmented reality. Certain new features will appear only on iPad, including an always-accessible application dock and a new user interface to show multiple apps at once.
iOS 11 received mostly positive reviews. Critics significantly praised the application dock and new multitasking interface on the iPad, with some calling it a revolution for the iPad user experience. Further praise was directed at the redesigned Control Center offering customizable toggles, though it was criticized for lack of third-party app support, lack of Wi-Fi network selection ability and for difficult usage on small screen sizes. The introduction of augmented reality development tools was seen as a potentially major debut, though critics noted the full potential would depend on third-party apps and how quickly developers adopt the new technology. The operating system was also praised for the App Store redesign, for updating Siri’s voice, and for introducing the screen-recording utility and the Files app for file management. Shortly after release, it was discovered that disabling Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections through the Control Center does not disable the respective chips in the device in order to remain functional for background connectivity, a design decision sparking criticism for “misleading” users and reducing security due to potential vulnerabilities in inactive open connections.
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