We discover the 64 best features of iOS 11

iOS 11 was made available to developers on Monday after the presentation that opened the WWDC. Since then we have been testing it and the surprises have been many, mostly for the better. Apple has included in its new system a good number of novelties of which he did not make any mention during the presentation, and here we bring you a compilation of all that we have been able to find during these days.

Even being a first beta version, iOS 11 works better than many of the versions of the past, with a stability that strange to find to take four days counted between us. Even so, the mistakes and small bugs they are frequent during daily use, which is not an obstacle to not delving into all that the latest in mobile software has to offer from the Cupertino offices.

Many of these novelties will not represent a radical change for most people's day-to-day lives, but there are others that undoubtedly the improvement in the use of the iPhone will be noticeable in the most everyday aspects. iOS 11 is reminiscent in several respects of iOS 7, the operating system that made the transition from skeumorphism to 'flat design'. Not because it represents a radical change at the visual level, but because of all those small aspects in the system that seem to have been rethought from scratch with the user in mind, trying to be more useful and contributing more.

The new iOS 11 is full of those little news that make you want the iPhone again and experiment to the maximum with it, although it is true that there is a lot to wax and another to polish. But you start with something, and there are still a few valuable months left until it is made available to the general public in September to improve, improve and improve again.

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  1.   ADV said

    Greetings ... a question ... how is it that you are already using 11 if the betas have not yet arrived? I am subscribed to the betas and the 11 is not yet available until now I am at 10.3.3 ...
    Oh by the way, you who are more aware than me of everything that happens with the apple ... is it true that there will be a jailbreak for the 11th or until now pure rumor? Thanks for keeping us informed !!

    1.    Serge Rivas said

      Hello, very good, the first versions are sent to the developers and they do not send them all at once, they are sent in waves. PS: I was wrong to answer you and I have responded to Abelgg xD.

      1.    ADV said

        Hahaha thanks anyway for the concern and answer ... I was checking that but the developers have to pay for a developer account 99 dollars ... heck better I wait for the betas to be released haha ​​... once again thanks for keeping us informed ...

  2.   abelgg said

    Hello! Congratulations on the video, because many of them were not explained or explained through official Apple channels.
    Have you managed to activate the «not disturb while driving»?

    Thank you!

    1.    Serge Rivas said

      Hello, very good, the first versions are sent to the developers and they do not send them all at once, they are sent in waves 🙂

  3.   psycho_pata said

    nobody comments on these two
    I have put them in macrumors and they have ignored me 😀

    tested on ipad mini 2

    - safari links. touching the link with two fingers opens in a new tab (not always right)
    - hold finger on the link and drag. I can take it to the address bar and almost certainly to split view but I can't test
    - in mail you can drag a file attached to an open mail of new composition (leaving it waiting at the bottom of the screen and looking for a file of another received mail)

    IOS 11 appears to have implemented the "OLE objects" that Windows 95 introduced to the desktop. Drag and drop