How to Downgrade from iOS 11 Beta

Here's everything you need to know about the iOS 11 launch, including how to get hold of the fun new features...

Our review model of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro didn't come with iOS 11 (it won't be officially released until the autumn) but I had a chance to play around with the new OS at WWDC and it's worth noting a few of its features, as they stand to provide some major upgrades to the iPad Pro.

Now when a user wants to connect they have to go through the faff of finding the password code before tapping in the complex set of characters.

The software uses Bluetooth or wifi to figure out how quickly you're moving and if you attempt to view your screen while in motion, you'll be greeted by a blank screen.

FIRST off, let me share with you a post from James Deakin where he shared an infographic in relation to the Anti-Distracted Driving Act. I love the fact that I can actually shoot in TIFF using my phone and have the option of transferring that photo to my laptop for further editing or just edit in my phone using Snapseed. This could make sense, as the company's Mac lineup has generally been getting more expensive, with the latest models priced at upwards of $1,300, with the aging MacBook Air remaining the company's only sub-$1,000 notebook.

With iOS 11, Siri will also be able to recognize account nicknames and talk with a user about things like credit card reward points. Apps that haven't made the transition to a 64-bit architecture will no longer run under iOS 11. This now works system-wide and is much more efficient than current implementations in certain apps. The big limitation, however, is that you can only drag and drop between apps on the iPad. However, it not only shows you files stored on the device but also files on iCloud, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and any other connected cloud storage.

A QR code scanner will live in the native camera on iOS 11, which can be used for payments and social media contact codes like the kinds seen from Snapchat or Facebook Messenger. The devices that are not supported on iOS 11 are: Original iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, original iPod touch, iPod touch 2nd-gen, iPod touch 3rd-gen, iPod touch 4th-gen, iPod touch 5th-gen, original iPad. iPad 2, iPad 3 and iPad 4. Apple plans to release a public beta later in June.

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