With iOS 11, that part of iOS's settings menu is now known as "iPhone Storage" (presumably, it's called "iPad Storage" on Apple's line of tablets, though we haven't had a chance to verify that fact just yet).
Whereas Wi-Fi Sense automatically shares the Wi-Fi credentials with all your contacts, the Wi-Fi sharing feature in iOS 11 requires you to manually accept each iPhone and iPad that wants to connect to your network. All the data will be kept synced, and if you delete a message in one device, it will be deleted in all other devices using the same iCloud account.
A new feature which stops a driver receiving notifications on an iPhone when it detects the device is in a vehicle is being introduced to the next version of the phone's operating system. As such, you now don't need tweaks or a jailbreak to record what's happening on your iPhone or iPad. Apple's navigation app is also getting an upgrade and will now be able to display floorplan-level maps within malls and airports for detailed navigation assistance.The photos app in iOS 11 can produce collages of pictures.
Working out whether you are moving in a vehicle is said to be achieved using a combination of Bluetooth and WiFi although the specifics are now unclear.
While there will be some casualties from Apple's decision, the vast majority of apps which still only use a 32-bit processor will not be missed.
iOS 11 is expected to release for iPhones and iPads sometime this fall.
Apple executive Craig Federighi made the announcement Monday at the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California.
And, as noted by this savvy redditor iOS 11 now supports FLAC playback. Apple may be able to help. This new feature will possibly be a better version of the already available Night Shift on iOS 10. Previously, one could view GIFs on messaging and third-party apps only.