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Apple Pay and iMessage

Apple Pay and iMessage

iMessage

Siri updates

Languages

Camera app

Photos and videos

Photos

Control Center

Notifications

Apple Maps

Apple Maps

Do Not Disturb While Driving

AirPlay 2

AirPlay 2

App Store

App Store

App Store

App Store

Augmented reality

Augmented reality

Augmented reality

iPad updates

iPad updates

iPad updates

iPad updates

iPad updates

Apple Pencil

Apple Pencil

In iMessage, you can send money to friends with Apple Pay as part of iOS 11.

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QuickType keyboard will even suggest that you pay your friend within the message.

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When you sync into another new device, iCloud will sync all your messages. So if you delete a message on the iPhone, it'll delete it on all your synced devices.

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Siri will have a male voice and new voice tones for its female voice. It will also suggest follow-up questions and topics you'll want to know based on what you're doing. Siri will also respond to a message with your location, or make a calendar appointment based on a reservation you booked using the Safari browser.

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Siri will be able to translate languages, such as English to Chinese, French, German, Italian and Spanish.

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Images will take up a lot less storage space because of new compression technology. You can take low-light photos with optical image stabilization. You can also trim live photos.

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Updates to photos and videos include the ability to loop a live photo to make a movie and grab and save a still frame from a video. There's also a new long exposure effect to get nature shots of things like moving water. Movies captured in "Memories" will now play in Portrait mode, not just landscape

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Here are more areas that will improve as part of iOS 11.

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The Control Center will be one panel instead of three, and 3D Touch will let you dive into more granular controls.

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In iOS 11, you scroll up to see notifications from the lock screen, but you'll still get widgets on the left and the camera on the right. 

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Apple Maps will provide detailed airport and mall floor plans.

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Apple Maps will also tell you which lane in which you should be when you're driving. Speed limits will also be a part of Maps.

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Do Not Disturb While Driving will expand iOS' Do Not Disturb function to phones in cars. It will detect if a phone is being used in a car, based on a Bluetooth connection or by detecting the Doppler effect over Wi-Fi. The feature will silence all notifications and alerts heading to the phone to reduce distracted driving.

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iOS 11 will include AirPlay 2, Apple's latest Wi-Fi protocol that lets you sync speakers like the new HomePod smart speaker for multiroom audio.

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AirPlay 2 users will be able to select from a list of rooms and group them. AirPlay is only one-to-one from your phone or Mac to a device. This new capability will bring it in line with competing systems such as Play-Fi, Chromecast Audio and Sonos.

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Apple will also redesign the App Store in iOS 11. That includes a "Today" opening screen to highlight stories about developers and apps.

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There will also be a Games tab in the updated App Store.

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Apps will also have their own tab in the updated App Store.

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In-app purchases will also get a featured spot in the App Store.

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Apple is just now launching the developer platform for augmented reality called ARKit, so this isn't something you'll be able to use right away.

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AR will come to the iPhone and iPad, which means you can interact with virtual items overlaid in the real world.

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An example of AR includes placing items like this coffee cup and lamp onto a real-life table.

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In iOS 11, the iPad's dock will include tricks like opening apps by pulling them up from the dock.

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A Drag and Drop feature will let iPad users move images and text faster and easier than before. 

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In iOS 11, the new Files app will help keep files and documents in one place, whether they are in iCloud or other third-party providers such as Box, Dropbox and Google Drive. 

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A redesigned app switcher in the iPad will make it easier to move between active app used in Split View and the new Slide Over view. 

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iOS 11 will give the iPad a larger customizable dock to add more apps and quicker access to them as well as documents from any screen.

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The Notes app on the iPad will support in-line drawings, search and handwriting recognition with Apple Pencil.

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iOS 11 will also be able to recognize and search words in handwritten notes.

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