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iOS 11 Features Revealed At WWDC 2017 Event, Makes iPhone Better, iPad More Capable Than Ever [VIDEO]


Apple SVP of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, announced the features of Apple's latest iOS 11 at the WWDC 2017 event. Apple's iOS 11 will make the iPhone better than before and the iPad will be more capable than ever.

Apple's iOS 11 will make the iPhone better and the iPad will be more capable than ever. The iOS 11 mobile operating system now paves way to amazing possibilities for augmented reality in games as well as apps.

The iOS 11 will set the iPad to get a whole lot easier, and iPad users can even access and organize files from other iCloud Drive, iOS devices as well as third-party services from the Files app. iOS 11 also improved the Portrait photos on the iPhone 7 Plus. Meanwhile, the App Store has been completely redesigned with Games, a new Today tab and Apps, PC Advisor reported.

The top new features of the iOS 11 include the changes made to iMessages as well as the launching of the latest Apple Pay. The Apple Pay is accessible through the iMessages and it lets users pay other Apple Pay users. The Apple Pay also lets users to withdraw money from their bank account, Tech Crunch reported.

Apple's new mobile operating system now enables French, Chinese, Italian, English and German translations via the new Siri. The camera quality is upgraded by the iOS 11, and the High-Efficiency Image Coding and the High-Efficiency Video Coding allows users to capture quality video with a smaller file size. Also, Live Photos will receive the new Bounce and Loop effects.

Furthermore, the iOS 11 made a major facelift in the Control Center. A new, larger interface that will occupy more of the display, but it also comes along with every function on one page. iOS device users will no longer need to swipe back and forth between panels to access all of their device's settings.

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