IOS 11 might bring the drag and drop feature to iPhones too

  • IOS 11 might bring the drag and drop feature to iPhones too

IOS 11 might bring the drag and drop feature to iPhones too

Apple announced the upcoming software update for iPhones, iPads, and iPods a few days ago during World Wide Developer's conference.

Apple barely scratched the surface of iOS 11 during its WWDC keynote, focusing only on some of the major software features coming to iPhone and iPad this fall.

All but one in the "5" name scheme in the iPhone department is going to receive the upgrade, and that is the iPhone 5S. That is energizing, correct?

The new feature also comes handy when you are getting assistance from someone to reach a place on maps. 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.

Unless Cupertino decides to remove something so big and highly anticipated from the early private beta preview of iOS 11 later on, which wouldn't be a very wise call.

Any apps that only run in 32-bit will not appear in search results in the updated version of the App Store, nor will they be available for the Purchased tab if they had previously been installed. Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the five-day WWDC with announcements of a a new operating system, a new iPad Pro and a the HomePod, a music speaker and home assistant. The AI assistant will also be able to do stuff for you proactively like suggesting you add a calendar event after you buy a Davido ticket on Safari. Do you want Apple to keep the feature or make it exclusive for the iPad?

Apple's App Store has been completely redesigned in iOS 11. And note that if you back up your data on iOS 11 beta 1, you won't be able to restore that data once you downgrade to iOS 10. Ernest Doku, while speaking to the BBC, informed that most apps should still be compatible unless they have not been updated since 2015.

Finally moving on to the new camera formats, Apple has introduced the support for HEVC and HEIF, which can be enabled from iOS 11 Settings Camera Formats.