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5 great hidden iOS 11 features coming to your iPhone on 19th September

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5 great hidden iOS 11 features coming to your iPhone on 19th September 
Apple has announced that the iOS 11 will be released on 19th September, till now the beta version of iOS is available for the download and can be used.

In this article, we are going to talk about the 5 great hidden features of iOS 11 which is going to come to your iPhone after you install the latest version of OS.

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View older messages

A swipe down from the top of the screen reveals your notifications, just as it has for some time now. However, a new Cover Sheet has replaced the Notification Center of old.

It's confusing, mainly because it looks just like your lock screen, but it's not the lock screen. And on top of that, only a couple of notifications are displayed unless you swipe up to view older alerts. It's weird and will take some getting used to.

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Insert a drawing in Mail

There are times when the best way to explain something is to draw a picture. When composing an email, long-press and then select Insert Drawing from the pop-up. Draw, sketch or play tic-tac-toe and send it on its way.

Begone, annoying volume slider

With iOS 11, Apple is finally moving the volume control that used to take over the screen when you were watching a video. Instead of showing a giant, annoying volume graphic, Apple tucked the volume indicator into a corner of the screen. Woo!

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Take a live Photo from FaceTime

Instead of your trying to capture a precious moment during a FaceTime call by taking a screenshot, iOS 11 will let you take a Live Photo of the call. The toggle is in Settings > FaceTime.

Tap the new shutter button while on a FaceTime call to take a FaceTime Live Photo. Pretty sweet, right?

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Take notes even on lock Screen

You can now add a shortcut to the Notes app in iOS 11's revamped Control Center, and access the Notes from the lock screen.

Hidden in Settings > Notes is an option to set the amount of time you want to go by while you can still access the last note you were in. 

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