For example, your app might give users information about products they find in a store or exhibits they visit in a museum. The new display is also a little brighter, and a little faster-refreshing, all of which Apple says will make a big difference to how the users use it.
Redesigned control center: Apple has done a complete redesign of the iOS control center with iOS 11. You can drag certain apps to hover over other apps, put them in split screen, and even drag and drop text, links, photos, and files.
The latest version of Apple's mobile operating system allows iPhone and iPad users to delete apps off their device while maintaining any relevant settings and user data.
So what is the difference between Offloading apps in iOS 11 and deleting app in iOS 10?
Well, with iOS 11, iPhone and iPad users can now enjoy the WiFi password sharing features first innovated by Microsoft.
Apple is also starting to phase out 32-bit support for the Mac, telling developers at WWDC that Mac OS High Sierra would be the last to have 32-bit capability "without compromises".
In fact, there are two new modes Apple will offer: Smart Invert, the more intelligent option that leaves many colours the same, and not inverting layouts that are already dark. Apps and games will have their own tabs and new app of the day/game of the day tabs. On most devices, this means pressing and holding the "Home" button and the "Sleep/Wake" button simultaneously until the recovery mode screen pops up. You cannot only control your home audio system and speakers but also play music on all your speakers in sync with one another.
Despite reports that Apple planned to unveil a new version of the app this year, there's no indication that's happening. Which of the features mentioned above do you like best? Which features would you have liked to see?