For iOS 11, Apple has completely overhauled the Control Center. The Control Center is that tray that pops up when you swipe up from the bottom of the display on your iPhone or iPad (it will come from the top right side of the screen on the iPhone X). Traditionally, it's offered quick access to things like your phone's Wi-Fi and Bluetooth controls, Aeroplane Mode, the torch and music controls. It's essentially a place for shortcuts to different phone controls and with iOS 11 it's gotten a lot smarter.
If you've been using your computer to manage the apps for your iOS device, that time has come to an end. The latest update to Apple's iTunes removes its access to the iOS App Store, as well as the ability to manage iOS apps, with the company expecting you to handle all that app-related business on your iOS device itself. So long, app syncing.
EXCESSIVE screen time is causing conflicts and tension in more than half of all Australian families, according to new research, and experts warned disputes with children over smartphones and computers had descended into physical violence.
If you've installed iOS 11 on your iPad, then you've probably come face-to-face with the operating system's new keyboard feature, Key Flicks. Basically, Apple has taken its regular keyboard and overlaid numbers and symbols on each letter.