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7 new things you can do with iOS 11 which was earlier no possible

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7 new things you can do with iOS 11 which was earlier no possible 
After realizing 10 beta version of the iOS 11 Apple is all set to release the iOS 11 for the public on 19th September. If you are also excited about the new OS version then we are here to excite you more.




But before we move ahead, let me clarify that iOS 11 will only work on 64-bit devices, so that’s an iPhone 5S or newer, a fifth-generation iPad or newer, any iPad Pro, an iPad mini 2 or newer, or a sixth-generation iPod. The iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, and iPad 4 can't be updated to take advantage of these features.

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So, if your device is in the above list then this article is for you or else you should upgrade your device to the latest released iPhone. In this article, we are going to talk about the 7 features of iOS 11 which was not there earlier.

Get started more quickly

The setup process has once again been streamlined in iOS 11 with the arrival of an Automatic Setup option. If you have another iOS 11 device lying around, you can hold it close to your new one to sync over preferences, passwords, iCloud settings, and more.

Get translations and music from Siri




Siri can now do translations in iOS 11—say “how do you say...” followed by your phrase and a language of your choice from Chinese, Spanish, French, German, or Italian. Siri will also act as your personal DJ, via Apple Music, if you tell it to “play something I like”.

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Play around with augmented reality

You may well have already heard how iOS 11 enables some rather fancy augmented reality trickery, letting you stomp around cities, level up your Pokémon Go experience or do anything else that developers can imagine overlaying on the camera with the help of AR.

Do more with your normal photos




Also new in the Camera and Photos apps in iOS 11 are a bunch of new filters you can use to get your pictures looking their best with minimal effort, including Vivid and Dramatic. Tap the color blobs to see them, whether you’re trying to frame a shot or editing it afterward.

Annotate your screenshots

When you snap a screenshot in iOS 11, you get a little thumbnail of it in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. Ignore this and it goes away and the photo is saved as normal, but tap on it and you can add some text or scribbles before storing it away.

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Find relevant news




The News app embedded into iOS doesn’t get a major overhaul, but Apple is promising a more personalized news experience. Siri will suggest news stories on what you might like based on what you’ve read before, and there’s a new editor-curated Spotlight tab as well.

Make your own screen recordings

Recording screen activity in iOS has never been all that difficult, but it’s easier than ever in the latest version: Activate the Screen Recording button in the Customize Controls panel we just mentioned and tap it to start recording a video that’s saved to your Camera Roll.


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