'Do Not Disturb While Driving' feature coming to iPhone iOS 11

Tim Cook CEO speaks during Apple's annual world wide developer conference in San Jose California

Tim Cook CEO speaks during Apple's annual world wide developer conference in San Jose California

He said that iOS 10 had almost 96 per cent satisfaction with 86 per cent iPhone users installing the update as compared to only seven per cent Android users who installed Android Nougat - the latest version of Google's operating system. Developers will keep an eye out for hints about new capabilities in the next iPhone, such as so-called augmented reality, in which digital information is overlaid on real-world images.

To no one's surprise, iOS 11 was a key focus of the opening conference.

After ten years of first iPhone launch, Apple has finally added file explorer to make it ease for the user to locate files on the mobile. The operating system has been a regular part of the WWDC opening conference, announcing and showing off the newest iteration of it that iPhone owners will use. In addition, Siri can help you translate English words into Chinese, Spanish, French, German, or Italian.

This new feature extends the use of the existing "do not disturb" option that can be accessed by the settings screen.

This is clearly the most requested feature among vocal iPhone users on social networks and on forums like Reddit. Loop and Bounce effects can be added into live photos and long exposure can capture time and movement. Speaking of which, Microsoft has officially announced that its cloud-based file management tool, OneDrive would be able to work with the newly announced Files app.

There are lots of other smaller improvements coming in iOS 11, too.

The update to iOS 10.3 included a tool to detect apps that can not run in 64-bit mode. The speaker can also sync with user's Apple Music account and play music directly. Instead, the App Store rating API (application program interface), which allows for limited review requests, will be mandatory for all iOS apps.

In iOS 11, iMessage will automatically sync your messages across multiple devices and there is also a new toolbar for you to send emojis and stickers within Apple's messaging app.

A "Games" tab shows everything that is happening with games, and in-app purchases, such as new levels or upgrades. Each app will also get its own page that developers can customize.

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