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These hidden features of iOS 11 will enhance your iPhone experience

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These hidden features of iOS 11 will enhance your iPhone experience 
Apple has launched the iOS 11, the latest version of their mobile OS. Currently, iOS 11 is in beta version and getting more refined and improved. In this article we are going to talk about hidden features of iOS 11 will enhance your iPhone experience.




Customize the Control Center

iOS 11 will launch alongside a brand new and fully changed Control Center. The most important change with it lies in the fact that you can now fully customize it however you want or like. In order to do so, go to Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls, then tap on the plus icon in the MORE CONTROLS panel to add more items to the list.


Screen record

A new and much-expected feature in iOS 11 is the ability to screen record. In order to do that, you need to add the feature to your Control Center so that you can access it. The videos then will be instantly added to your Camera Roll.




Scan documents

Among others, iOS 11 also allows you to scan documents. Your iPhone will do this by just turning a photo of a document into a scan.

‘Do Not Disturb While Driving’ mode




Much to the joy of drivers and traffic officers alike, the new iOS 11 will equip your device with a new ‘Do Not Disturb While Driving’ mode. Your phone will mute messages, calls, notifications and so on and even respond to your messages letting whoever’s texting you know that you’re driving.


Low power mode

Although Apple did offer a low power mode before as well, it was hard to access. Now you can just add it to your Control Center for easy access.

Shut down by sliding




You will also be able to shut down your device without using the power button. GO to the Settings menu and enable the ‘slide to power off’ option.

Smart Invert mode

iOS 11 no longer has a Dark Mode, but it does have a Smart Invert mode that’s similar, but better. In order to turn it on, go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Display > Accommodations > Invert Colors and select Smart Invert. This will revert colors on everything except media, images and also apps that already use dark colors.




Hide photos

This option already exists, but it got a well-deserved refresh in iOS 11. If you no longer want to see a particular photo in your gallery but you don’t have the heart to delete it just yet (there are many reasons for that and we understand them all), there is another option. Select the ‘hide’ option that will move it from your camera roll to a hidden album where you don’t have to see it anymore.


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