Ars Technic has received a number of requests for Apple’s official announcement on iOS 11.
As we’ve previously reported, Apple is expected to make a major announcement for the software next week, but today we received a list of some of the new features coming to the OS.
As part of the iOS 11 beta, Apple introduced a new feature called “Exit wounds.”
This is a feature which allows the user to exit a wound without the need to touch the wound, but rather simply press the button.
Apple says this feature will be rolled out to the full iOS 11 release next week.iOS 11 beta 1 (beta.1)iOS 11 (beta) iOS 11 (Beta) iOS 10.3 (beta 1)iOS 10.2 (beta1)Apple’s iOS 11 launch is expected on September 11, and it’ll be available to users on the Mac and iOS devices.
You can read our review of iOS 11 here.iOS11 beta 2 (beta2)iOS 12 (beta 2)iOS 13 (beta 3)iOS 14 (beta 4)iOS 15 (beta 5)Apple has also introduced a number new features for developers.iOS 14 includes a new version of Safari, which will be the default browser for iOS users.
Additionally, iOS 11 is the first version to support iCloud Drive, a feature Apple says will “give developers a unified platform for building rich and responsive apps.”
As part and parcel of the release of iOS 12, Apple has also added new features to its desktop version of iOS.
Apple is also introducing a new “Desktop Safari” extension for iOS.
iOS 11 has long been the default web browser on the iPhone and iPad.
The new extension will allow users to choose which browser to use on the desktop, and will also let them manage and share extensions with friends.
Apple has said that “many of the updates in this release will be a major overhaul of iOS.”