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New leak reveals the massive feature of iOS 11

iOS 11
New leak reveals the massive feature of iOS 11
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.

And now, cyanhat is back with what looks to be new information about the operating system, as well as macOS 10.13 – though we're not entirely convinced it's all legitimate at this point.

The Redditor said: "The app will be based on Workflow, which Apple recently acquired. Automator will have deeper -OS/iCloud integration with advanced Siri support."

What's more, he claims Apple is killing off the Home app in iOS 11, instead of building the functionality from that app into the new Automator.

He adds: "The new Automator app will also be available on Mac. It will replace the older-generation Automator that currently exists on macOS."

iOS 11 Fresh Leak

According to a recent leak from Redditor cyanhat, the next Apple OS update will come with the ability to auto place iPhones, iPads, and other iDevices into a low-power mode. This mode apparently, will spring to life when the battery life is detected to have fallen below 20%.

Additionally, cyanhat suggests, that he/she has information showing new iOS 11 features, not yet spoken about are on the way.

Workflow Inspired

It’s well-known that Apple recently purchased the work-flow Automator software Workflow, but, until now, we didn’t why. He suggests iOS 11 will come with features taken from it and incorporated into a newly OS updated workflow application. Called Automator, it will have deep iCloud and iOS 11 integration that allows for the use of an updated Siri.

OS Update Waves Goodbye To The Home App

In what would be a surprise move if true, cyanhat also claims that with iOS 11 the Home App will be no more. Apparently, Apple will replace its functionality with directly inside of the Automator app.

Now, if you’re not familiar with the Apple Mac. It already has an Automator app, which is obviously the inspiration behind the new iOS 11 version. However, this new version will appear in a Mac OS update as well as iOS firmware.

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