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One of the biggest features of iOS 11 has been revealed by Apple executive

When we are about a month and a half away from the WWDC 2017, which will be held on June 5 to June 9, 2017, at the McEnery Convention Center, in San Jose, California. At the event, Apple is expected to launch the new version of iOS, iOS 11.

Leaks about the new OS from the Apple is rolling on the internet and continuing the sequence we have some more information about the new iOS version and this time it is from one of the executives of Apple.

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As per a Bloomberg report, the revamp of Apple Music will be driven primarily by the company's plans for original video content. The video-centric approach to Apple Music will come as part of a redesign that is expected to be introduced with iOS 11, which will traditionally be unveiled at WWDC in June, and launch alongside the next iPhone. Apple announced an end-to-end overhaul for the music service last year at WWDC and is expected to take the same route this year as well.

Apple's video content plans currently include documentaries on Drake's music label, Cash Money Records and Clive Davis, Planet of the Apps, and the recently delayed Carpool Karaoke. Meanwhile, Can't Stop Won't Stop, featuring Sean 'Diddy' Combs, was just announced as an Apple Music exclusive, while the Bloomberg report tips a documentary about Bad Boy Records is due as well.

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Other than this iOS 11 is expected to have the new features like the further raft of iOS 11 features are also rumored to be on the horizon, and possibly the most exciting of these is a major update to the Siri personal assistant. This is particularly timely considering that Samsung has now moved into the personal assistant niche with the release of Bixby. According to reports, Siri will experience a massive overhaul, with tighter integration with various iOS apps and services, particularly Messages and iCloud, rumored strongly.

It is also believed that iOS 11 will feature some exciting new augmented reality content. Murmurings are multiplying which suggest that Apple will deliver significantly augmented reality functionality in the iPhone 8, with Tim Cook having poured paraffin on the fire of these rumors by explicitly commanding the technology. It seems that augmented reality will play a major role in the future of Apple, and iOS 11 and could begin this process by embracing the innovation.

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iOS 11 is also expected to debut a group FaceTime feature, which has yet to become available in any previous version of the iOS operating system. This is perhaps surprising, as both Skype and Google Hangouts have already introduced the feature, placing pressure on Apple to match the pace of its competitors sooner rather than later.

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