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Features coming to iOS

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If you have been using iOS lately, you know the Maps app has been vastly improved. The navigation is much faster and the location detection is so good that it rivals Google Maps. This updated version of Maps will allow you to search for businesses right in the app. If a business isn’t shown on your current map, you’ll be able to add it and find it again much easier. This feature will open up lots of new business locations to discover nearby while also keeping track of where they are currently located.

The iPhone 5 and iOS 6 released to such enormous hype that even former Vice President Al Gore was jumping on the bandwagon of excitement. While it is still not entirely clear what operating system Apple will be using for their next mobile phone — perhaps tapping on their own OS — there are some fantastic new features coming to iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches.

iCloud Drive Folder Sharing

If you’ve ever been in charge of sharing files across multiple accounts, it’s easy to understand the difficulty and frustration that comes from having to copy a file from one place to another—especially if you want all of your friends, family and clients to see that content. Now, with iCloud Drive Folder Sharing for iOS, you’ll be able to connect with any Mac or PC to share photos and documents in just a few clicks.

In the past, we were able to share files and folders with those on the same Mac or PC, but now OS X has full-fledged cloud storage available on iCloud Drive. With this exciting new feature you can finally bring everything in your life into iCloud, making it easy for family members, friends, colleagues and others to access the files.

The new operating system will be compatible with all phones going back to the iPhone 5S and iPad Air.

Apple claimed that iOS 11 is “the biggest release in the history of iPhone and iPad.” And when any major software update comes out, we’re excited to see what’s new! In this article, I’ll be sharing with you what features are coming to iOS 11 that might lure you into upgrading to the newest version of your phone.

There’s a lot of great reasons to get excited about iOS 9!

When Apple announced iOS 9, we got to see a bunch of new features, like ARKit and the new Photos app. But there’s a lot more coming. So, what are those other features? Let’s take a look at some great things coming to iOS 9!

One of the best things about iOS 9 is the list of incredible new features. There’s no doubt that these features are great for most people, but there are also a few features that could be useful for some very specific audiences. Whether you own an iPad or an iPhone, here’s a rundown of some of the cool little features you’ll find when you upgrade to iOS 9.

Live Photos- Capture more than a moment.

Find your loved ones in the blink of an eye with Live Photos. With Live Photos, you can capture more than a moment. Live Photos will capture the background of your Live Photo and use that information to enhance it. Using AI techniques such as face detection, motion detection and object detection, Live Photos are able to learn what objects deserve more attention when viewing a frame.

Live Photos capture more than a moment. They capture your friends’ faces, the moment you pulled into the driveway and more. With Live Photos, your camera* can do it all: it’s been redesigned from the ground up to be more intelligent, have more features and with more intelligence than ever before.

Apple is also working on a peer-to-peer payment service for Apple Pay, which will let you send money to friends via iMessage. This feature is already available in China, but will be released for U.S customers later this year.

Section: There’s a new Do Not Disturb While Driving mode that can detect when you’re in a car and lock down your phone accordingly — only showing you notifications from messages that are explicitly highlighted as important by their senders, like “urgent” or “reply ASAP.” In addition to texting, you can still make calls, listen to music, navigate to locations, and read your incoming messages aloud through voice commands and text-to-speech capabilities — just not take your eyes off the road to look at them yourself. 

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