iOS 11 is the eleventh major release of the iOS mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc. It was announced at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference on June 5, 2017. The first beta version was released for developers after the keynote presentation, with a public beta released in late June.
It comes up with outstanding system features like camera, Siri, control center, lock screen and many more app features. It is the first version of iOS to run exclusively on iOS devices with 64-bit processors.
Here we are going to discuss some facts about iOS 11.
3 Important Facts About iOS 11
Notification Screen Is Lock Screen:
Yes, your notification screen is now your lock screen. This seems to be a consideration made for taller devices. Instead of pulling down from the top of a rather tall device, you now swipe up in the middle of your lock screen with much more ease.
New Photo And Video Format:
Apple implemented a new format for your photos that retain full quality with iOS 11, but take up only half the space. This will be great for people still using a 16GB iPhone, allowing them to get more out of the low storage capacity of their iPhone.
The control center has returned to a single page with iOS 11. Everything is confined to a single page now more swiping right for the music player. Most of these options can be expanded by a long press, or 3D touch to get more granular controls over screen brightness, the flashlight, setting timers, or using the all new screen recording tool. Not only that, you can add more toggles to the control center to add the features you need.