We all know that iOS 11 is all set to bring up a number of changes. At the recent WWDC 2017 event, we got to hear from the developers the iOS 11 features that are coming in iPhone. And now, after testing the iOS 11 public beta for iPad, we present to you the list of changes that we can expect come this fall when iOS 11 releases.
Apple has claimed that iOS 11 will be “the biggest release for iPad ever”. The beta version of iOS 11 was recently released and it was tested on iPad. With the new operating system, the tech giant has tried to put a MacOS-like experience on iPad. The following are the highlights of the test.
Highly Customizable Control Center
The Control Center has seen a whole new makeover in iOS 11. It consists of a collection control such as Airplane mode, camera, WiFi, Bluetooth, AirDrop, among others. It has become highly customizable. You can configure it to add and eliminate more shortcuts, such as Apple TV remote, screen recording, alarm, etc. It also has used apps in screen view.
Drag & Drop Feature is Smoother than Ever
Taking advantage of iPad’s multitasking abilities, the drag and drop feature can be used more smoothly than ever before. Based on the touch-and-hold based multi-touch interface, it will allow you to easily transfer files, links, and photos between two apps. So, as you see, it is no more like it used to be in iOS 10.
New File Storage App
Another great thing that we got to see on iOS 11 public beta for iPad Pro is that the iPad is getting a file storage app. Through this, you will be able to see all the folders, spreadsheets, and files that you have opened. It will also enable you to search on other locations such as Dropbox, iCloud and Google Drive, as per CNET. It definitely is going to be something that multi-taskers can look forward to.
Upgraded Screenshot Tool
So far with iOS 10, we had to go the Photos app first in order to take a screenshot and edit it before saving them. But things are changing with the advent of iOS 11. A new screenshot tool is coming with the new operating system that will allow you to edit the screenshots before saving them.
App Dock Has Been Revamped
And we saved the best for the last. The app dock in iOS 11, Apple’s signature look, has been revamped giving it a whole new dimension. The bottom row has been changed and replaced with a doc, much like what we see in a MacOS. You can put up to 13 apps in the dock now. You can also see the recently opened apps as the dock has three spots reserved for them. It gives it a desktop-like view.
So, what do you think of the new highlights of iOS 11 public Beta for iPad? We want to hear from you about your opinions regarding the changes that we will encounter from iOS 10 to iOS 11. Also, learn all the drawback of iOS 11 beta from here. Post your opinions in the comment section below and keep a watch on this page to get more updates on iOS 11.