Once iPhones start upgrading to iOS 11 this fall, users will notice a stream of new features, including an automatic Do Not Disturb feature that's created to stop drivers from being distracted by their phone.
Apple's WWDC brought a lot of improvements and new features to their iOS that will soon see its eleventh iteration. Many predicted that Apple will reveal the new iOS 11 at the Worldwide Developers Conference that took place on the 5 of June in San Jose, California.
"This will free up storage used by the app, but keep its documents and data". There are tons of nifty new features baked into iOS 11, such as a completely redesigned Messages app, a brand new App Store, and a more versatile Control Center that can be customized by the user.
You can swipe from anywhere to access your Dock which you can now customize with your own favorite apps.
This was confirmed by venture capitalist Sean Cook in his tweet and Axios also noted the change. When activated (on the iPhone go to Settings General iPhone Storage) the feature works automatically in the background, but users can also choose to offload individual apps of their choosing. The good part about the feature is that it not only organises files on your iPad and iPhone but also those in apps, in iCloud and in Dropbox. Doing so should make it easier to reinstall the app to the state it was in when deleted. I doubt that will happen, though, because Cupertino is continually looking for new ways to help us make the most of our devices.
"When you are driving, you don't need to be responding to these kind of messages."It launched a year after the iPhone 5, alongside the iPhone 5s, but it is likely getting dropped because it has similar hardware based on the 32-bit architecture. With iOS 11, you should get much more than that. The feature also allows a passenger to confirm that they are, in fact, not driving and bypass the distraction barrier. style="text-align: center;"