New Apple Operating System Will Include 'Do Not Disturb While Driving' Feature

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Obviously, Apple has done a lot with the newest version of iOS. The iPhone still contributes more than 60 percent of Apple revenue.

Some have even suggested that the move could pave the way for the iPhone to replace NFC-based keycard systems like London's Oyster card or Sydney's own Opal card.

Offload Unused Apps in iOS 11 works differently.

Creating an archived backup of iOS 10 through iTunes or iCloud is a crucial first step, because it ensures that you can always downgrade back to your regular iOS 10 if the beta version of iOS 11 is not your cup of tea. With iOS 11, that part of iOS's settings menu is now known as "iPhone Storage" (presumably, it's called "iPad Storage" on Apple's line of tablets, though we haven't had a chance to verify that fact just yet). Interestingly, both the apps remain active in the split view.

But arguably the biggest addition in iOS 11 is drag and drop capability.

More news: What the Tech? New iOS 11 features

However, there's also another bonus of making the colours negative - it will use much less power and therefore save battery on any device with an OLED display. Siri will also come with a translation support (in beta) for five languages. This mode can be activated by holding down your iOS 11 keyboard's emoji key.

Unfortunately, when this feature hit the mainstream with Windows 10, it received such severe backlash that Microsoft was forced to remove it from all future updates of Windows and disable the servers.

Siri is getting smarter and it wants you to stay safe. The Apple has stated that the iPhone 5C, iPhone 5 and iPad 4 users will not get the iOS 11 update. You cannot only control your home audio system and speakers but also play music on all your speakers in sync with one another.

Furthermore, the iOS 11 made a major facelift in the Control Center.

Last fall, the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) proposed a new set of guidelines to help address distracted driving caused by cell phones and other electronic devices.

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