New Apple iOS 11 will end support for iPhone 5 and 5c

  • New Apple iOS 11 will end support for iPhone 5 and 5c

New Apple iOS 11 will end support for iPhone 5 and 5c

The Developer Preview of iOS 11 has been released and the public beta will be available later this month. This is ideal for apps that users rarely launch but are afraid to delete out of the fear of losing any data that's associated with said app. It's found in the "General" section of the settings menu under a subcategory that used to be called "Storage & iCloud Usage".

The "Do Not Disturb While Driving", which is expected to roll out later this year, will block any messages from the iPhone or iPad with an updated iOS 11.

The new operating system will also focus around "augmented reality" for users "to build apps that let users place virtual content on top of real-world scenes".

Software updates are also in store, with iOS at the fore.

The iPhone screen will be locked to prevent drivers from using their apps while driving, CNN reports. You can now mark up a PDF or screenshot "faster and more easily", according to Apple. All in all, the new iOS 11 seems to be a pretty cool operating system, so we can't wait for it to roll out to devices.

For logging into any third-party app, you don't need to manually enter your details, the iOS is smart enough to log you into the apps using your Facebook or Twitter accounts.

iOS 11 will come with lots of features which will make the iPhone and iPad even easier to use.

iOS 11 will be available as a free update to certain iPhones and iPads this fall.

"Apple has been warning of this migration to its 64-bit hardware for a number of years, but this news will still undoubtedly blindside a number of its customers, " Ernest Doku, a telecoms expert at uSwitch.com told the BBC.

During Apple's WWDC 2017 conference, an important Apple iOS 11 announcement was made. He's also shared a small video on how it works on the iPhone, and it seems that the feature works within apps only, and there's no "spring loading" as seen on macOS.

When Apple releases iOS 11 in the autumn, it's going to leave a handful of older iDevices behind.