Sharing Wi-Fi password just got easier with iOS 11
Jun 19 2017
It appears that the company won't be allowing users to drag and drop files between apps just yet. The Dock also "intelligently" suggests apps and it displays the last apps you opened on your iPhone or Mac.
Usually, Apple only drops support for the oldest iPhone and iPad in a new iOS release, but this time around it is including the iPhone 5c too.
When an app developer releases a new update in the App Store, all their lovely reviews disappear in the ether.
The upcoming iOS 11 software update from Apple includes a new feature to help users manage storage space on their iPhones by automatically deleting rarely-used apps.
At its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote on Monday, Apple announced its latest mobile operating system, iOS 11. Apple will also release a public iOS 11 beta though it's probably a few weeks away.
That said, there are some valid reasons to avoid the iOS 11 beta 1 and future iOS 11 beta releases. The only requirement is that the iOS devices involved in Wi-Fi password sharing run iOS 11.
And that's it! Now that your profile has been installed, you need only to wait until Apple pushes the beta out to devices. It will be available for all models of the iPad Air and iPad Pro, as well as for the iPhone 5s and up, 5th-generation iPad, 6th-generation iPod touch, and iPad mini 2 and up.
But otherwise, even if an app is now shown as having problems with iOS 11, there's every chance it will still get that life-saving update. The move positions Apple to compete with popular payments apps such as Square Cash and Venmo.There will also be a new Translation feature, which will support Chinese, French, German, Italian and Spanish to start with, but will get bigger as time goes on.
Apple provided insight into how its software products have performed in numbers, such as: users take one trillion photos per year in its Camera app, there are now 27 million paid Apple Music subscribers, 500 million users visit the App Store weekly, there have been 180 billion app downloads to date, and developers have made $70 billion through the App Store.