The hidden change on Apple's new iOS 11 that's infuriating users

Posted September 22, 2017

Indeed, we barely lasted a day on an iPhone 7 with iOS 11 with nearly no use - only one short call and occasional checking of emails. The user simply hard-pressed along the left edge of the screen, and swiped to the right and released.

The shiny new iOS 11 went out to supported iDevices yesterday. There are several other applications of this AR feature.

An exciting feature called Augmented Reality (AR) has been introduced in iOS 11. This latest updated software brings a wide range of changes. If you do use these peripherals and features, obviously this advice does not apply.

With iOS 11 arriving this week, iPhone users are getting their first chance to see this feature in action. While users can fully disable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth through the Settings app, those means of connectivity will turn back on under a couple different scenarios.

Flappy Bird is just one of many 32-bit iPhone games that users who update to iOS 11 won't be able to play anymore.

Although WiFi and Bluetooth can be switched off via the phone's settings, this just doesn't really seem all that practical to us. All you have to do is type the flight number into the Safari address and it will give you the status of your flight and show where it is on the map in real time. Better yet, you don't need to share the password itself, adding a little security to the scenario. But since that still comes up to a lot considering how many apps all of us have, you can head over to the App Store to drop a review.

Tap the sleep/power button five times to bring up the Emergency Mode screen.

In today's guide, we will focus on a very simple toggle that allows you to force app developers to stop demanding you for ratings.

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The function comes into effect when the device is hooked up to a vehicle through Bluetooth, the website says, or it can "autodetect when you're driving based on your location and accelerometers".