IOS 11 will make older iPhones, iPads, and apps obsolete

IOS 11 will make older iPhones, iPads, and apps obsoleteā€

Head over to Settings iTunes & App Stores scroll down to the bottom, where you can find Offload Unused Apps option, just toggle the button to disable the feature.

Instead of removing the app icon from the phone, the particular unused app will be uninstalled and it will be marked grey on the home screen. The newest iOS will now provide something much closer to true multitasking capabilities, offering the ability to drag-and-drop assets, such as images and text, from one app to another.

The new operating system iOS11, set to be rolled out later this year will effectively make the device obsolete in terms of Apple's ecosystem.

What's really cool about the new feature is that after you stop recording, you can make edits and annotations to your recording.

Apple's decision to ditch support for the iPhone 5 is unsurprising, as it tends not to offer the latest edition of iOS on older handsets.

This feature in iOS 11 will help drivers stay more focused on the road while driving.

The problem is that people don't move at the same pace as them, and don't have the money to upgrade. The iOS 11 mobile operating system now paves way to incredible possibilities for augmented reality in games as well as apps. With iOS 11 not going to be in the hands of the public (apart from the developer version) for a few months there's still time.

Redditors who have already installed the developer beta are reporting that Apple has purportedly included full playback support for FLAC audio files in iOS 11. For example, like all browsers not named Chrome, Safari has long supported a nice Reader View that strips away the ads and other nonsense in web articles.

Apple's AirDrop feature can be super useful if you want to share a ton of photos with nearby, iPhone-wielding friends. This is a great way to learn about coding, for the young and old alike. It announced the new 10.5-inch iPad Pro, TvOS, WatchOS 4, MacBook & iMac, MacOS 10, HomePod, iMac Pro, and iOS 11, and it was just impossible to include all the details of the new products and its software in its keynote presentation. But that's the big stuff I've seen so far.

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