Everything That You Should Know About iOS 11

iOS 11 Preview Coming Up In Summer This Year

Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS’ upcoming update is already in its development stage in Cupertino, California, USA, which houses the headquarters of Apple.

Apple is planning to introduce group FaceTime capabilities for the first time, which would help bring in FaceTime video services in line with Skype and other competing services. Users would be able to start multi-person calls through a group conversation in iMessage in iOS 11. Although we don’t know about the latest update, internet is trolling with rumors regarding iOS compatibility, features, and its release date. 

Post testing period, iOS will release in the fall, in September this year, along with new iPhones. The date for WWDC 2017 was notified on February 16, 2017. The WWDC, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference is an annual event in which Apple invites developers from around the globe to participate in multiple iOS development workshops.

WWDC is the event where the company shows its annual software updates too. The present version of the operating system, iOS 10, was released in September 2016. An expanded Apple Pencil support for iPad Pro, which would be combined with hardware improvements, is also being worked upon by Apple.  This Pencil support will introduce features like smoother on-screen zooming, scrolling and panning.

Apple has not made any prominent altercations to iOS since iOS 7 was launched way back in 2013. One thing which is keeping the anticipations of the fans on a high level is the speculation of a change in design for iOS 11.

The American multinational technology company, which was established in 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne, is the world’s largest information technology company in the world going by just revenue and going by sheer total assets, it is the biggest technology company in the world.

iPad 4, iPad Mini 2 and iPhone 5 will miss out on iOS 11 compatibility, but surety regarding this can only be known at the WWDC event this year.

Whereas, the models which will be compatible to iOS 11 are iPad Air 1, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro 9.7-ich, iPad Pro 12.9-inch, iPadMini 3, iPadMini 4, iPod Touch (Sixth Generation), iPhone 5s, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, along with any new devices that are released between now and then, including the iPad Pro 2 and the iPhone 8.

For introducing contextual learning abilities and help establishing deep integration with iMessage and iCloud, Apple is also rumoured to be planning major Siri updates in iOS 11. Additionally, the American multinational technology company has several iPad-specific updates already in works, which iOS 11 could include in itself. 

Coming to iOS release date, we know that the preview of iOS 11 will take place from June 5 to June 9, 2017 at the Worldwide Developers Conference. At the conference, the operating system will be provided to developers for testing purposes.

Apple Inc is the second largest mobile manufacturer in the globe after Samsung and has 115,000 full-time employees and has 478 retail stores in seventeen nations.
So, all we can hope for that whenever iOS 11 comes out, it gives us an experience like never before.

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