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Hands on with Apple's first Developer Beta of iOS 11

11 June 2017

The Apple has stated that the iPhone 5C, iPhone 5 and iPad 4 users will not get the iOS 11 update.

Nonetheless, the renders are simply an idea of what iOS 11 could look like on Apple's first bezel-less device and are not a conclusive evidence.

The functionality is available up beside the Split View on the beta's Feedback menu, which makes it a multitasking feature. While these unannounced changes are welcome and can prove to be useful, we are anxious that a few may open privacy risks. You'll be able to install it on your iPhone 5s and later, all iPad Air and iPad Pro models, the latest iPad (5th generation, 2017), iPad mini 2 and later, and iPod touch 6th generation. However, iOS 11's Screen Recording option will make it dead simple by doing it on the gadget itself.

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iOS 11 is out for developers now, with a final release expected in September. The feature allows users to capture phone activity, with the option to edit and add annotations to the recorded content. Another possibility here is that Apple may just be planning on expanding the features of the iPhone's NFC in order to work on its other first-party apps and services other than just Apple Pay, as pointed out by The Verge.

iOS 11 bundles a storage managing feature that helps users free up space on their iPhone. You might have already read about most of the key feature additions that iOS 11 brings to the table in our previous article. This can be another potential privacy risk but we can't deny its convenience and usefulness.

When a user attempts to connect to an unknown Wi-Fi network, he or she is instructed to hold the iPhone or iPad next to another iOS device or Mac that is connected to the network.

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9to5Mac who spotted the feature commented that: "This new flow means you don't have to go find the WiFi password on the back of the router anymore". Finally, no need for memorizations and clunky post-its when your friends and relatives come over!

Until now, third parties have not been able to use the tech on the iPhone. This will ensure that your iOS gadget will be running smoothly as much as possible all the time.

Nearly all of us have experienced uninstalling apps to free up on storage space, only to later realize we really need or want that app after all. This week, one of world's best-known mobile phone manufacturers revealed plans to combat the problem of distracted driving with an upcoming software update. Now, developer preview testers are highlighting new features that they have stumbled upon while using unstable iOS 11.

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