presented the fresh operating system iOS 11 – as always, it is even more convenient and cooler than


Good news from sunny San Jose, where Apple presented the updated iOS 11. The final release is expected only in the fall of this year, but the beta is already available and we are ready to talk about the fresh features of iOS 11.

The optimized iOS 11 system offers not only fast-running applications, but also a reduction in power consumption.

You can manage music and other settings in the updated “Control Center”. It is called as before – by swiping from the bottom of the screen.

We were delighted with the new opportunity to transfer money – now Apple Pay supports transfers via iMessage. All money goes to the Apple Pay Cash Card virtual card, from which it will be possible to transfer money to a personal bank account.

Siri has learned to select news topics based on the user’s preferences. Siri also received a more natural voicing of answers and translation between the five most popular languages.

The update also affected “Maps” – now it is possible to view the interior space of buildings, in particular museums, airports and shopping centers. Added information about traffic directions and warnings about speed limits, so now it will be even easier to make a route. Motorists will also be pleased with the Do Not Disturb While Driving option, designed to eliminate factors that distract the driver.

The introduced HEVC video coding makes 4K video more compact in terms of storage space, and high-efficiency HEIF coding technology is provided to replace JPEG. Improvements also affected the Memories function, which uses machine learning techniques and more accurately recognizes events in pictures.

Finding out about your friends’ music tastes just got easier with Apple Music’s new social features. iOS Did not forget about HomeKit, namely AirPlay 2, now there is music control in different rooms.

The App Store was pumped with new interfaces in the style of Apple Music, added “Games” and “Applications” tabs, and also got recommendations and improved search.

One of the top announcements of the presentation was ARKit – a tool for developers, which is Apple’s own development for creating and using AR technology in applications.

Later this year, an update to Final Cut Pro X is expected to add support for 360-degree streams with the ability to import and edit spherical video.


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