iOS 11 officially dropped Tuesday, Sept. 19. Haven't got it yet? Here are 25 features that will get you hyped for your iPhone's new operating system, including a brand-new Siri, new creative tools and awesome new photo options.
Big changes have come to Siri. The interface now looks more like Google's "cards." It also now has a type to Siri function. Instead of asking her out loud to do something, you can type it. This is great for all of those people whose commands seem to confuse the poor mobile assistant (shyly raises hand).
So many new and wonderful camera advancements have been added to iOS 11. Now your device can take low-light portraits with optical image stabilization and HDR capabilities. Plus, videos can be compressed, looped, trimmed and edited.
Showing friends how to use their phones has never been easier with the new screen recording feature. You can record whatever you're doing on your phone -- complete with voice-over commentary -- and share the video.
Another keyboard update is the ability to access numbers without touching the Shift key. Just swipe down on the top row to reveal a number. Punctuation can also be accessed by swiping downward on letters.
OMG, thank the fruit-named tech gods. That annoying screen-stealing volume control is gone. Now when you're watching a video, the volume indicator is located in the corner of the screen. Go ahead, hug your tablet. We won't judge.
The old Notification Center is out and the new Cover Sheet is in. It looks just like your lock screen. It shows the two newest notifications and hides the rest. To view the other notifications you need to swipe up on the screen.
Driving just got a little safer. iOS 11 has a Do Not Disturb While Driving feature that automatically detects when you're driving. It blocks notifications and sends an Auto-Reply message to people who message you.