08 June 2017
Apple CEO Tim Cook made the iOS 11 official at WWDC 2017. iOS 11 will be released this fall alongside new iPhone 8 and iPhone 7S smartphones. iOS 11 will introduce a number of major changes to the operating system. From a redesigned Control Center to a host of new features, you will get to experience everything in the iOS 11. .
Apple has completely redesigned the Control Center in iOS 11. The company showed off the redesigned section during the company's keynote at WWDC 2017.
Control Center is the panel which the users can use to access frequent and important settings. They can also swipe the panel to change songs when listening to music. With the revamped Control Center, everything can be seen on a single page. The Control Center can be customized too. Users can now select what will be displayed in the Control Center using the Settings app. There are a huge range of options including Low Power Mode, Notes, Text Size, Wallet, Screen Recording, and more. Unfortunately, you cannot change the layouts though.
There are some advanced controls as well which can be accessed by long pressing any icon.
According to Apple, iOS 11 will be available for iPhone 5s and later this fall.
It looks like we will get to see a revamped iOS 11 in a few days. Lots of things have been worked upon with some cool features that I was following for a few days now.
Control Center is one of the most important software tools in any device. Control Panel, as they call it sometimes, is the heart of the devices and this gets a boost in iOS 11.
A new OS version brings a new Control Center too :D :D
The fun of using control panel is long press. I have had some new cool features to try out in my current Android phone. And am sure that the latest iOS 11 from Apple will be even funnier.