Last night, Apple released the second public beta of iOS 11, full of interesting news. If you want to enjoy before anyone else the operating system that will officially come out in September with the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 - if Apple manages to solve all the problems it is having and is able to correct this supposed delay 3-4 weeks -, you know how to download it on your iPhone and iPad.
In the second public beta of iOS 11, in addition to implementing improvements in speed and fixing errors, Apple has developed a series of very interesting new features. Do not miss it!
What's new in the second public beta of iOS 11?
iPad App Switcher: Every time we close an app, the swipe gesture to close has been modified to speed it up. Remember until now, in addition to sliding it was required to press the "x" to close the open applications.
SOS: If we activate Apple's emergency feature and cancel it, notifications will no longer be sent.
Files:The OS X server and Dropbox have been added to the interesting iPhone and iPad Files as new destinations to save or move files.
TV providers: Comcast, Cox, AT & T U-verse, Verizon Fios, Time Warner Cable, and many more have been added as channels.
Notificacion Center: we will no longer need to swipe twice to see the previous notifications from the notification center, as they will all appear on the first screen.
iCloud messages:The synchronization feature that uploads your messages from iMessage to iCloud now lets you know how many are pending to update.
Screen recording: When you use the 3D Touch of your device, the possibility of recording the screen in the control center will appear. It is a new feature that will allow us to record live what we do on the screen of our terminal, storing the video on the reel. Probably, in the near future, you can also integrate third-party apps to upload them automatically.
Músic:When a song sounds from the native Music app, if you click on its title on the Control Center, it will reopen the Music app that is acting in the background.