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These iOS 11 features will change your iPhone

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These iOS 11 features will change your iPhone  
iOS 11 is going to be the biggest update till date from Apple. With lots of improvement and new features, this will change the way you use your iPhone.




While launching the iOS 11 at WWDC 2017, Apple also spoke about how iOS 11 will have a lot more focus on machine learning and announced a special ARKit to help app developers create augmented reality apps. But the keynote didn’t give all the details on the iOS 11 features, and here’s a quick look at the some of the details that are now starting to come out.

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Today in this article we are going to talk about 4 features of iOS 11, which will change the way you use your iPhone.

Notification Center is no more




Well, that's not completely true. It's still there, it's just that now it's called Cover Sheet.

Cover Sheet looks a lot like the standard iOS lock screen and works in the same manner too. Swipe in either direction on alerts to take action or clear them. Swipe from either edge of the display to launch the camera or view your Today panel.




Oh, and your notification feed will be broken up into Most Recent and Earlier Today (Yesterday, and so on) sections.

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No more Force Touch for quick app switching

When Apple announced the iPhone 6 ($349.99 at Amazon.com), complete with a pressure-sensitive screen, the company also added a shortcut to quickly switch between apps by pressing on the left edge of the display.




With iOS 11, that gesture is gone. Go ahead, press as hard as you want. It's simply not going to work.

Time to go back to double-pressing the home button.

Screenshot tool is awesome

The process of taking a screenshot, editing and then sharing it is getting streamlined.

With iOS 11 installed, when you take a screenshot a small preview thumbnail will show up in the bottom-left corner. Tap on it to markup, crop, edit, delete or share.




Control Center is brand new

When you swipe up from the bottom of the screen on your iPhone to view Control Center, you're in for a surprise: The three-panel approach of iOS 10 is gone.
Instead, Control Center is a continuous column of buttons. You can hard press on buttons for additional options, and add or remove items from Control Center through the Settings app.


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