100 Hidden iOS 11 Features You Would Want to Know Part 8

100 Hidden iOS 11 Features You Would Want to Know: Part VIII

Apple has made subtle changes in the iOS 11’s design interface. The text is bolder, control center has been revamped, the lock screen has a bunch of useful features and much more.

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  1. New Automation Settings in the Home Kit

100 Hidden iOS 11 Features

The Home kit automation settings just got more advanced with iOS 11. You can now set new automation triggers regarding people arriving at home or leaving home.

  1. Click Live Pictures During FaceTime Calls

Click Live Pictures During FaceTime Calls

Yes, you heard that right! You can now click live pictures during FaceTime Calls on iOS 11. As soon as you’ll call someone a small white circled icon will appear on the bottom left side of the screen. Simply tap on that icon to click a live photograph, that will be automatically saved on to your camera roll.

  1. Apple Maps now Support One Finger Zoom

Apple Maps now Support One Finger Zoom

Apple Maps in iOS 11 will now be enabled with one finger Zoom facility. All you need to do is simply press upward or downward on any area to magnify the view.

  1. New Apple Pay Interface in the Wallet

New Apple Pay Interface in the Wallet

iOS 11 will provide you with a new interface while accessing Wallets app.

  1. Pair With NFC function

Pair With NFC function

Apple wallets will now support NFC functionality as well. All you need to do is place your device near the NFC logo until it gets paired up.

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  1. iMessages will now Display Full Screen Effects

iMessages will now Display Full Screen Effects

iMessages in iOS 11 will now render full screen effects on the screen. Simply type you message, select the desired effect and tap on Done.

  1. One Handed Keyboard

One Handed Keyboard

Finally, iOS 11’s keyboard will now allows you to access one handed support. Now you can easily switch between standard keyboard and global emoji icons by just sliding your finger.

  1. Business chat

This is one notable addition in the iOS 11 interface. It can prove out to be really useful especially for those who use direct messaging for business via Facebook and Instagram platforms.

  1. “Hide Alerts” Toggle in iMessage

Business chat

The most awaited iMessage feature is finally here! Now we can simply toggle the switch and hide alerts for conversations. Save yourself from those annoying notifications and neither miss a chance a catch them, cool isn’t it?

  1. Review Large Conversations and Attachments in Messages

iOS 11’s messaging app now allows you to review large conversation and attachments. You  can quickly see a list of all the photos, videos, and attachments which are taking up most space in the messages app and get rid of them while you’re short on storage space.

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Rimzhim Sharma

Rimzhim Sharma is a blogger at Systweak Software. An engineer by qualification, she discovered her penchant for writing all things tech and cool, quite by chance. She writes about newest technology trends and gadgets. When not writing, Rimzhim is likely to be found reading, traveling, or simply digging into her favorite foods.

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