Published: Fri, September 22, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

IOS 11's Control Center Doesn't Fully Disable Bluetooth and WiFi

IOS 11's Control Center Doesn't Fully Disable Bluetooth and WiFi

After installing iOS 11 iPad owners will want to familiarize themselves with the redesigned Dock. If you've already tried the beta, then you've probably discovered all the secrets of iOS 11. It feels a bit jarring at first, but you eventually get accustomed it. Apple has been promoting its latest mobile platform OS update emphasizing much on the customizable control center. With a customizable interface, you can add your own shortcuts to the functions you need easier access to.

Clear all notifications with a tap. Additionally, you can get access medical information and call 911 from the same screen.

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The change forced Uber to update its iOS app to lets users choose between "always", "while using the app", and "never", in terms of location settings.

You can now instantly annotate screenshots before sharing them. With a hundred different apps you can share those clips over, it will be hard for these organizations to police these videos. The fact that the beta version of iOS 11 was jailbroken gave everyone hope that there's a chance to develop a jailbreak for iOS 11 as well if the exploits that have been used by the hackers will not be patched of course. Namely, you'll likely want to trim the few seconds at the beginning and end where you're navigating to and from Control Center. Pretty neat, although not new to Google Maps users. Wi-Fi is also re-enabled if you walk or drive to a new location.

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It took Apple a while, but the Camera app now scans QR codes. Better yet, you don't need to share the password itself, adding a little security to the scenario. So just delete them. Yes, and it's my favorite new feature, and one I predict I will use more than any other.

The new iOS 11 now uses HEIF and HEVC for photos and videos to save them, which means the media files will be half the size, but be of same quality.

Speaking of storage, the iPhone will now tell you when you're running out of storage space and suggest ways to fix it.

To turn off the WiFi from the Control Center, just go to the Settings and select WiFi option.

Devices that support iOS 11 include the iPhone SE and iPhone 5s and up, all generations of the iPad Pro, both generations of the iPad Air, fifth-generation iPad, iPad mini 2 and up, and the sixth-generation iPod touch.

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