Here’s the Full iOS 11 Change-log

Apple has seeded developers with the iOS 11 GM.

Here’s the full change-log…

App Store

•    All-new App Store designed for discovering great apps and games everyday

•    New Today tab helps you discover new apps and games with stories, how-to guides, and more

•    New Games tab to find new games and see what’s most popular with top game charts

•    Dedicated Apps tab with top picks, dedicated app charts, and app categories

•    App pages include more video previews, Editors’ Choice badges, easier access to user ratings, and information about in-app purchases

Siri

•    New Siri voice is more natural and expressive

•    Translate English words and phrases into Chinese, French, German, Italian or Spanish (beta)

•    Siri suggestions based on your usage of Safari, News, Mail, and Messages

•    Works with notes apps to create to-do lists, notes and reminders

•    Works with banking apps for account transfer and balances

•    Works with apps that display QR codes

•    Hindi and Shanghainese dictation

Camera

•    Portrait mode now supports optical image stabilization, HDR and True Tone flash

•    Photos and videos will take up half the space with the new HEIF and HEVC image and video formats

•    Redesigned set of nine filters optimized for natural skin tones

•    Automatically identify and scan QR codes

Photos

•    Loop, Bounce, and Long Exposure Live Photo effects

•    Mute, trim, or choose a new key photo for Live Photos

•    Memory Movies automatically adapt content for portrait and landscape orientation

•    More than a dozen new memory types including pets, babies, weddings, and sporting events

•    People album is more accurate and stays up to date across devices with iCloud Photo Library

•    Animated GIF support

Maps

•    Indoor maps for major airports and shopping centers

•    Lane guidance and speed limit information with Turn-by-turn directions

•    One-handed zoom with double tap and swipe

•    Interact with Flyover by moving your device

Do Not Disturb while Driving

•    Automatically silences notifications while driving and keeps iPhone silent and display off

•    Optional iMessage auto reply to alert selected contacts that you’re driving

 

New features designed for iPad

•    An all new Dock provides quick access to your favorite and recently used apps and can even be shown on top of active apps

•    Dock resizes so you can add all of your favorite apps

•    Recently used and Continuity apps are available on the right

•    Enhanced Slide Over and Split View

•    Apps can be easily started in Slide Over and Split View from the Dock

•    Slide Over and background apps now run simultaneously

•    Apps in Slide Over and Split View can now be placed on the left side of the screen

•    Drag and drop

•    Move text, images, and files between apps on iPad

•    Multi-Touch to move multiple items at the same time

•    Spring-loading to move content between apps

•    Markup

•    Markup works across documents, PDFs, webpages, photos and more

•    Instant markup anything in iOS – just place Apple Pencil on what you want to mark

•    Create a PDF and markup anything that can be printed

•    Notes

•    Instantly create a new note by tapping on Lock Screen with Apple Pencil

•    Inline drawing available by simply placing Apple Pencil in body of a note

•    Search handwritten text

•    Document scanner autocorrects for skewing and uses image filters to remove shadows

•    Table support to organize and display information

•    Pin important notes to the top of the list

•    Files

•    All-new Files app to browse, search and organize files

•    Works with iCloud Drive and 3rd party cloud file providers

•    Recents view for quick access to recently used files across all apps and cloud services

•    Create folders and sort files by name, date, size and tags

QuickType

•    Flick down on letter keys to enter numbers, symbols and punctuation marks on iPad

•    One-handed keyboard support on iPhone

•    New keyboards for Armenian, Azerbaijani, Belarusian, Georgian, Irish, Kannada, Malayalam, Maori, Odia, Swahili, and Welsh

•    English input on the 10-key Pinyin keyboard

•    English input on the Japanese Romaji keyboard

HomeKit

•    New accessory types including AirPlay 2 speakers, sprinklers and faucets

•    Expanded occupancy, time and accessory based triggers

•    QR code and tap to pair accessory setup support

Augmented Reality

•    Augmented reality technologies that apps from the App Store can use to deliver content on top of real-world scenes for interactive gaming, immersive shopping experiences, industrial design and more

Machine Learning

•    Core machine learning technologies that apps from the App Store can use to deliver intelligent features with machine learning data processed on device for high performance and user privacy

Other features and improvements

•    Control Center redesign brings all controls on one page

•    Control Center custom controls including accessibility, guided access, magnifier, text size, screen recording and Wallet

•    Apple Music now helps you discover music with friends. Create a profile so friends can listen to playlists you’ve shared and see the music you listen to most

•    Apple News now includes Top Stories picked just for you, recommendations from Siri, the best videos of the day in Today View, and great stories selected by our editors in the new Spotlight tab

•    Automatic Setup signs you in to iCloud, Keychain, iTunes, App Store, iMessage, and FaceTime with your Apple ID

•    Automatic Setup restores device settings including language, region, network, keyboard preferences, places you frequently visit, how you talk to Siri, home and health data

•    Easily share access to your Wi-Fi networks

•    Storage optimization notifications and free up space in Settings for apps like Photos, Messages, and more

•    Emergency SOS calls emergency services based on your current location and automatically notifies emergency contacts, shares your location, and displays your Medical ID

•    FaceTime lets you capture Live Photos from the other person’s Mac or iPhone camera

•    Easily check Flight status in Spotlight and Safari

•    Definitions, conversions and math support in Safari

•    Russian and English bilingual dictionary

•    Portuguese and English bilingual dictionary

•    Arabic system font support

Accessibility

•    Voice Over descriptions support for images

•    VoiceOver tables and lists support in PDFs

•    Type to Siri support for basic search queries

•    Spoken and braille caption support for videos

•    Dynamic Type increases text and app UI to larger sizes

•    Redesigned Invert Colors make media content easier to view

•    Highlight Colors improvements in Speak Selection and Speak Screen

•    Switch Control typing can scan and type whole words at a time

iOS 11 is performance optimized for 64-bit apps. 32-bit apps will need to be updated by the app developer to work with this version of iOS.

Some features may not be available for all countries or all areas

For information on the security content of this update, please visit this website:

https://support.apple.com/kb/HT201222

iOS 11 will be available to all on September 19th.

 

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Apple’s first Face ID demo failed, but it wasn’t Face ID’s fault – The Verge

Moments after Phil Schiller got done extolling the accuracy of the iPhone’s X brand new, ultra-sophisticated Face ID authentication system, Apple’s software chief Craig Federighi came onstage to show how easy and fast it is to actually use. Unfortunately, Federighi’s initial attempt to unlock the onstage demo iPhone X was unsuccessful. The passcode screen popped up. He then picked up a second iPhone X and the feature worked successfully.

For all we know, this was a one-off fluke that’s not indicative of how well Face ID will actually perform for consumers. In fact, it doesn’t seem to be an error by the company’s replacement for Touch ID at all. The passcode screen that Federighi got on that first iPhone X said “Your passcode is required to enable Face ID.” This is the same screen that would come up on existing iPhones after a device has been restarted — or simply after several hours have passed without authenticating through the lock screen. This is a security precaution introduced with Touch ID that will clearly carry onward with Face ID.

Still, it was an embarrassing presentation moment that will probably burn itself into the memories of Apple’s executive team for a long time. Whoever should’ve had that phone ready and set for the stage… didn’t. It should’ve been smooth and taken a second, and that’s not what happened. Rather, those couple awkward seconds were a very noticeable hitch during the event. For its first iPhone without a home button, Apple wanted to make this feel like a seamless and even more secure transition for consumers and, well, now they’ll have to wait until November to see how well Face ID does or doesn’t work.

Hopefully once you train your iPhone X to understand your face, it’ll work every time in a variety of conditions as Schiller claimed — so long as you’ve entered your passcode at some point that day.

The iPhone X

Apple shows iPhone X, its biggest iPhone redesign in a decade, starts at $999

It’s pronounced iPhone 10

There’s no home button

The iPhone X is Apple’s most high-end iPhone of the year. It offers a complete redesign from the current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and was introduced in addition to the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

It features a new 5.8-inch OLED display that’s more colorful than the LCD screens Apple used in earlier iPhones. Apple is branding it the “Super Retina Display.” The screen runs almost top to bottom and side to side, too, something Apple has never done before.

Apple said OLED displays come with trade-offs compared to its Retina Displays, but that its Super Retina Display supports HDR, offers the best color accuracy on the market and 3D Touch support.

There’s no more home button. You swipe up from the bottom of the screen to return home. That gesture also allows a user to multitask – swipe up and pause, and you can multitask and switch between apps. Users can switch between apps by swiping along the bottom of the screen, too. Users can call up Siri by saying “Hey Siri” or by pressing the side button.

Since there’s no home button, Touch ID no longer exists on the front of the phone. Apple will allow users to unlock the iPhone X with their faces using a new feature called Face ID. Apple uses an infrared camera, a front-camera and other sensors to detect a user’s face.

When you look at your iPhone, it will detect your face and will automatically unlock, even in the dark. Apple says it uses neural networks to create a mathematical model of your face and then compares that in real-time, invisibly, to make sure it’s actually you. The A11 Bionic chip has a built-in neural engine to process your face, Apple said.

Apple said you can’t spoof Face ID with photographs or even professionally made masks, which it said it had folks in Hollywood design to help enhance security. The phone won’t unlock if your eyes are closed or if you’re looking away.

Apple said Touch ID is the gold standard for consumer protection and that there’s a 1 in 50,000 chance that someone can randomly unlock your iPhone with their fingerprint. With Face ID, it’s now 1 in a million. It also works with Apple Pay, you just look at it to authenticate, and third-party apps such as Mint, 1Password and E-Trade.

Face ID can be used to create special 3-D emoji that share similar facial reactions to you. The feature is called Animoji, and you can control them with your face thanks to its ability to map more than 50 facial muscles. Animoji can be sent inside the Messages app.

Like the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone X supports wireless charging and is water-resistant.

The iPhone X has dual 12-megapixel sensors just like in iPhone 8 Plus and a newer telephoto lens that lets in more light. The front and rear cameras support portrait mode, which allows users to take professional-looking photos by blurring the background. It also has dual optical image stabilization for both lenses, which helps prevent blur while moving and in low-light. A new Quad LED True Tone flash also improves pictures shot in the dark.

The iPhone X will be available in space gray and silver. 64GB and 256GB models will be available, starting at $999. Orders start Oct. 27 and shipments start Nov. 3.