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These features might come to your iPhone and iPad with iOS 11

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These features might come to your iPhone and iPad with iOS 11
Next month we will get the first look of iOS 11 in WWDC in June 2017. We have seen many leaks about the features of iOS 11 and about the different power the OS will give to your iPhone and iPad.





iOS 11 is rumored to bring a host of improvements and new features, from a smart Siri to power saving improvements, and the fabled 'Dark Mode'. Maybe Apple has a big surprise up its sleeve as well, considering it's the iPhone's 10th Anniversary this year.

Today in this article we are going to talk about the features that iOS 11 will bring to your iPhone and iPad.

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Smarter Siri

2017 has undoubtedly been the year of the smart assistant, with Amazon, Google, and Samsung all making big advances in this area. Apple is playing catch up here, so we're expecting Siri to get a big update in iOS 11.





Rumored updates so far including more contextual learning, it'll learn your habits, and be anticipating your next question.

There could also be deeper integration with iMessage and iCloud.





We could even see a Siri-powered speaker, to rival Amazon Echo.

FaceTime updates





Apple's video chat app FaceTime could be due to an update, bringing it more in-line with Google Hangouts and WhatsApp.

The upgrades include a rumored group chat function, allowing more than two people to join a call, and a voice only mode, for when you're on the toilet or forgot to put your makeup on.

UI and app freshen up

iOS hasn't received a major UI update since iOS 7 back in 2013. So it wouldn't be crazy to expect a few design changes.

A new Dark Mode has been tipped, which would ease eye strain at night. Although, this has been rumored for several years.





This could extend to first party apps. It is the iPhone's 10th anniversary, after all.

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Sleep tracking

Perhaps Apple will be quick to implement its latest acquisition, Beddit.

Beddit is a sleep tracking company so we could see this added to watchOS 4, with an added section in the Health app.

Low power mode tweaks





Apple's low-power mode could receive a tweak, with more customizations options and an intelligent setting, which learns your habit and switches to power saving automatically. 

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