iOS 11 Concept Video: Thrilling Features We've Been Waiting For
Apple is all set to announce iOS 11 at its WWDC 2017 keynote this upcoming June but it's still uncertain what the new mobile operating system will bring. A new iOS 11 concepts, however, targets to highlight a bunch of cool new features which we want to see in the future. An editor at My Apple, Jacek Zięba, released a video showing off his concept for iOS 11 that offers a look at how the iPhone might look with features like dark mode, group FaceTime calling, split-screen apps and more.
The Night Mode
Zięba's concept shows off the first and foremost feature is Night Mode, a feature that would change the typically vibrant platform into a dimmer one to ease the eyes at night, according to a source. And for good measure, the designer went ahead in imagining multiple user accounts as well, which can be accessed easily by swiping up the lock screen to choose the user, and then authenticates using Touch ID.
The New Siri And Group FaceTime
Siri has been given a visual overall too and looks more like Google. Moreover, one of the most favorite features from the entire bunch is perhaps, the group FaceTime calling. You can not just have a one-to-one call, you can now be able to add more people if you wish.
Like the iPad, the designer imagines split-screen multitasking on the iPhone with the launch of iOS 11. OIf you are a busy person with a hectic schedule, then this feature will come quite handy for you. There are other features thrown into the mix as well such as other enhancements include better storage management, improved 3D Touch Control Center support andGame Mode which is also worth checking out.iOS 11 will almost certainly be released to the public in September 2017, after an announcement and beta launch at WWDC from 5-9 June 2017.
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