IOS 11 allows one device to easily share WiFi with others

Nettie James
June 11, 2017

Luckily, Apple has finally redesigned the volume indicator in iOS 11, the next major software update coming to the iPhone and iPad this fall.

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.

Federighi said this new feature will help make drivers more safe.

Twitter user Devon T has revealed that iOS 11 has a new volume indicator that no longer obstructs the centre of the screen, as it does now.

Furthermore, 14 states have banned the use of handheld devices.The revitalized iPads have a new feature known as "ProMotion", which offers a super-quick rejuvenate rate of 120 Hz to their screens for a smoother experience of visual.As Cydiageeks notes, the Offload Unused Apps setting is also available in iPhone Storage under General settings.

Do you want Apple to keep the feature or make it exclusive for the iPad? Still, they won't be allowed to input destinations while driving.

Apple will introduce this feature on iOS nearly six months after the company was sued with a class action lawsuit for not introducing such a system. Among the upgraded features for Siri will be new and more natural male and female voice options and the ability to translate English words and phrases into five languages: French, German, Italian, Mandarin, and Spanish.

At the event, Apple also introduced the new Files app, a file management tool that works across different apps.

Until now, third parties have not been able to use the tech on the iPhone.

Passengers who are just riding in the vehicle will also be able to disable the safety feature. If there is a WiFi network in a given area and one iOS 11 device is already connected to it, this connected device can share the WiFi password with the new device easily.

The guys over at MacRumors have put together a video which shows the new design for Apple's App store in iOS 11, have a look at the video below. While manufacturing has been said to be delayed because of supply issues, mass production of the new iPhones has now started, Latvian designer Benjamin Geskin noted in a tweet yesterday.

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