Apple Just Dropped iOS 11 - But Is It Worth Upgrading Now?
- Author: Latoya Cobb Sep 22, 2017,
Sep 22, 2017, 0:15
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Back when Apple released iOS 9, it explained that 32-bit apps could cause iPhones and iPads to perform a little worse than usual. Although, several users have already upgraded their devices with either public beta update or developer's update yet a majority of users who can not afford the hassle related to beta update have been waiting for the final release. Some of these titles were still on sale yesterday, meaning that users who purchase the apps will be unable to run them if they update their iPhone or iPad.
Among the many new features and updates iOS 11 will bring to your iPhone and iPad, there's one that some users might not actually want.
Reports say some waited for hours for the update to come to completion. The company often excludes older devices form running new versions of its operating systems.
If you own one of these devices - or you have a new iPhone 8 on order - here's everything you need to know about iOS 11. I don't see this update drastically improving my iPhone experience, though I will be checking out The Machines when I get some spare time.
Has undergone a redesign of the AppStore, and in the fall Apple promises to add a "Maps" scheme of large shopping centers and airports in different cities around the world.
The new "Do Not Disturb While Driving" feature blocks all notifications from showing up while driving, preventing motorists from becoming distracted. Never again will you have to open your photos app to find the screenshot you just took. After the iPhone/iPad restarts, you'll have to log back in with your screen lock, connect to WiFi, sign into Apple ID, etc.
If you are on a Wi-Fi network, you can upgrade to iOS 11 right from your device itself - no need for a computer or iTunes.