Apple presented a new version of iOS

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There have been numerous updates throughout the year, but now it's time for iOS 11 to become available.

There are a lot more feature upgrades on Apple's new iOS 11.

The new iOS will be released in the fall.

Apple introduced a new version of its operating system - iOS 11. And according to reports, it was full of stories regarding Apple's plan on macOS, its future hardware devices and especially iOS 11.

The Games tab will also have previews, tips and gameplay videos available. The control is now hosted on one screen instead of two. The new iOS will now guarantee iMessages app to remain perfectly synced across all of other devices.

The new multitasking feature on the iPad Pro now allows users to just bring up a different app in the foreground of another app after which you can use the split-view to use both the apps.

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One feature people are particularly excited about is Siri's new voice - the update will give Siri a more natural male and female voice, as well as a new visual interface. Today, Siri knows English, Chinese, French, German and Italian. Other navigation apps, like Google Maps, will also work, although not quite as easily.

This means Siri will learn the things you're interested in based on your usage of Safari, News, Mail and Messages, and will put it to use in clever ways.

Users will be able to see Apple Maps, Apple's navigation application, while driving - though they will be unable to input destinations. A searchable handwriting feature makes it easy to search for handwritten text or characters using machine learning.

Apple announced at WWDC yesterday that the Apple App Store is getting a major new design, the company is completely overhauling the look an feel of their app store.

Following in the footprints of its rivals such as Samsung, which started allowing screen recording, as well as GIF creation on its Galaxy flagship smartphones, Apple appears to be ready to add that functionality in iOS 11.

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