Let’s dive through our next bunch of hidden iOS 11 features and updates!
- New Screenshot Interface
This is one thing that you’ll surely admire about iOS 11. Taking screenshots on your iOS device just got better and faster. Now when you’ll take a screenshot on your device, you’ll get to see a small preview on the bottom-left side of the screen. If you tap on this preview you’ll be provided with various markup and sharing options.
- Markup and Share Screenshots
iOS 11 will now amaze users with its new screenshot interface. You can now cut, crop and edit your screenshots just how you like it. Draw Doodles, highlight an important area of the image, do anything. Now you won’t require a third party application to get these simple tasks done.
- New Animation/Physics when moving Apps
While using the all new iOS 11 you’ll notice a different kind of animation/physics while moving the apps on home screen. Although, the apps now seem to be more sticky as they don’t move so quickly.
- Move Multiple Apps at Once
But there’s a good news too! You can now move multiple apps at once and club them together as per your preferences. Just tap on multiple apps you wish to move; they’ll glue together into one and then move it on certain page that you want.
- No more Icon labels on the Dock
This is another minute detail that you’ll notice in the iOS 11 interface. The labels below the app icons on the dock are no more available.
- Dock Spacing Optimized
The Dock Spacing has also been optimized in iOS 11. Now if you will move an application and place it outside on the home screen area, the remaining apps on the dock will be arranged in the available space. As you can see in the above snapshot, earlier the apps used to clutter together wasting unnecessary space on the corners.
- New Apple Pay Interface when buying Apps
Now when you’ll but new applications on the App store, you’ll see a new interface.
- 32 Bit Apps Removed from App Store
Apple has completely removed all 32-bit applications from the app store. Even if you have any of them available they still won’t open on iOS 11 interface.
- In-built QR code in Camera App
The native camera app of iOS 11 comes with an in-built QR code reader. To scan a QR code simply open the camera applications and tap on the screen until Apple automatically identifies the respective label.
- Level Now Embedded with Camera Application
This is one major addition in iOS 11’s camera application. Now if you’ll place your iPhone on the table or any flat surface you’ll see a small plus icon in the center of the screen, helping you to match accurate levels of any surface. But before using this feature first, just make sure that you have the camera grid enabled on your device.
So folks, here were a few more iOS 11 hidden features and changes. Stay tuned for our next post, or simply subscribe to our blog to get regular updates about more iOS 11 features.