IOS 11's Control Center doesn't actually turn off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth


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If you allow it, the user is able to join without having to type in the password. So, in iOS 11, it's made it more hard for users to fully disable them.

One other useful feature is the document scanner built into the Notes app. But I still feel like I need to remind you that there's now a Files app on iPhone and iPad.

Take a long, hard look at all the features of iOS 11 and decide if the features you're the most excited for are worth upgrading for the device you have. Those are likely to be the same features that you've stumbled on already: the updates to the App Store, to iMessage and to the general look and feel of numerous apps. Want to add more widgets?

Previously, toggling both connectivity options off in Control Center did what was expected.

The upcoming iOS 11 update means you'll never have to remember your app password again. Tap on to the Toggle button to turn it off. A red banner will appear at the top of the screen indicating your screen is being recorded.

Still, it can be good to know you're SOL before you update rather than after.

Working with screenshots is much easier too.

The ability to take screenshots gets a big boost in iOS 11. 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). This will give a true effect of a living photo.

This preference for ensuring Bluetooth is always on could open iOS devices to attacks using weaknesses like the recent BlueBorne flaw, which affected Windows, Android, Linux, and iOS. Those include different things from all around the phone, from switching to the camera to using it as a remote for your house or Apple TV.

Another benefit of using the Camera with iOS 11 is support for AR.

Apple does explain the process in its own documentation. But this is a unsafe practice that can lead to an accident, even for experienced drivers.

iOS will now detect when your vehicle is moving and automatically enable Do not Disturb While Driving. I'm guessing we're looking at least a week out.

Uber users around the world will start getting notifications about the policy in the next few weeks, with the policy officially taking effect on November 1.

To prevent any data loss, you should use a tool like PhoneRescue from iMobie.

First off, the phone will now recognise QR codes, allowing you simply to point it at one and go where it suggests.

iOS 11 does drag and drop. In the meantime, tell us what you like or don't like in the upgrade.

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