List Of All The New iOS 11 Features Unleashed At WWDC 2017

As we know that iOS 11 has been announced lately at the WWDC along with many other new releases from Apple. So, we have compiled the list of 80+ iOS 11 hidden features that are expected to come in the new release.

It was Craig Federighi, Senior Vice President of Software Engineering from Apple, who came to the front at the WWDC to announce something great coming to the scene in near future. With opening keynote now closed, we’re about to reveal some great features that the new iOS 11 is expected to come up with. The list was so long that it couldn’t have been possible to reveal everything when the new iOS was announced.

List Of All The New iOS 11 Features Unleashed At WWDC 2017

When the announcement was made at the WWDC, Apple’s focus was to unleash some of the major features that could capture imagination of the iOS users, or the ones planning to switch to iOS. There’s much more that is promised by the new iOS which may mean a lot to the developers but might not be as fascinating for an average user.

So, getting crazy to find out what iOS 11 features are about to come to your new iPhone? Let’s get straight into the features worth talking about. We have listed more than 80 things here that you can do with your new iOS 11. We’ll keep adding more as we find out, so keep coming back to check the latest.

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List Of All iOS 11 Features

  1. Odia, Malayalam and Kannada keyboards available 
  2. English input now available for the Japanese Romaji Keyboard
  3. Flashlight supported in iPad Pro 9.7”
  4. Spoken captions available for video
  5. Switching tabs now possible in Safari with 3D Touch
  6. New Arabic Font
  7. Enterprise Network Security
  8. Spotlight tab available in News
  9. Flight status available for Safari and Spotlight
  10. File sharing on iCloud
  11. Definitions, math and conversions added to Safari
  12. Maps entrances for Chinese Landmarks
  13. Home Kit tap-to-setup
  14. Previewing Business Chat
  15. Password auto-fill option available even for third-party applications
  16. Family storage plans for iCloud introduced
  17. Markup and Screenshots
  18. Alerts for Traffic Cameras in China
  19. SOS for iPhone
  20. NFC reader
  21. Top hits for Mail app
  22. Better Dynamic Type support
  23. Support for WebRTC
  24. One-handed keyboard
  25. Data usage available for Carrier
  26. Podcasts app redesigned
  27. Duration and occupancy triggers for Home Kit
  28. Type-to-Siri accessibility (allows for typing your queries for Siri)
  29. Automatic setup through iCloud
  30. Safe browsing in Safari for China
  31. Remote backup for iCloud
  32. Contextual followup on questions for Siri
  33. English on the 10-key Pinyin keyboard
  34. 3D Touch now works for Lookup
  35. PDF accessibility
  36. News now offers personalized top stories
  37. Tap-to-join meetings
  38. English and Russian bilingual dictionary
  39. News video available in the Today View
  40. Unified Drive trash for iCloud
  41. Invert colors redesigned
  42. Screen recording 
  43. Advanced Wi-Fi analytics
  44. iCloud family Music integration
  45. Phone numbers can be used as Apple ID now in China
  46. Better Switch Control typing
  47. VoiceOver descriptions available for images
  48. Invite family using iMessage
  49. One-handed zooming in Maps
  50. Storage optimization
  51. Hindi dictation
  52. Support for QR code scans in Camera
  53. English and Portuguese bilingual dictionary
  54. Live Photos with FaceTime
  55. URL sharing using 3D Touch in the Messages app
  56. SMS fraud extension
  57. Extended Braille editing
  58. PDF annotation for iBooks
  59. Drag/drop feature added for iPhone Files as well as a few other apps
  60. iCloud Drive now replaced with the Files app
  61. NFC opens up for 3rd-party apps
  62. Updated App Store, iTunes and Calculator app icons
  63. Floating windows on the iPad
  64. 4-app multitasking supported besides PiP video for iPads using 4GB RAM
  65. Redesigned Calculator app
  66. Lock screen in landscape orientation for both 4.7” and 5.5” iPhones
  67. No app labels in the dock
  68. FLAC files support
  69. Privacy options added in Settings for Safari
  70. Bolder text across the system
  71. iPad keys now show symbol and number rows which were previously accessible through CAPS or Shift keys. You can access them by pulling the key down and the releasing it
  72. Pause option added to syncing Photo Library on iCloud
  73. New effects added to iMessage
  74. Control Center updated with new customizable toggles
  75. 32-bit devices not supported anymore
  76. 32-bit apps not supported either
  77. Unused apps uninstall automatically
  78. Dotted icons of cellular signals now changed to bars again in the status bar
  79. When screenshots are taken, preview thumbnail is displayed and you can open Markup editor by tapping it
  80. GIFs animation in the Photos app
  81. Accounts and Passwords added to Settings
  82. AirDrop icon introduced for the apps in the iPad dock (pretty much similar to macOS)
  83. Storage & iCloud Usage tab in Settings now renamed to “iPhone Storage”
  84. New animations added across the system
  85. Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, Vimeo integration not available anymore
  86. Move several apps to Home Screen at once

So, that’s all for now, we’ll update with more iOS 11 features as we reveal them. Share with us which of these do you really like.