iOS 11 - First Look

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iOS 11 - First Look

Post by Ray Bentsen » Mon Jun 05, 2017 8:46 pm

Here is a little about what is new in iOS 11:
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Re: iOS 11 - Control Center on iPhone

Post by Stephen Hart » Tue Sep 19, 2017 2:51 pm

The new Control Center is also great on the iPhone. Everything on one page, in an easy-to-recognize layout. And, you can customize the Control Center.

No issues with updating my iPhone 6s, though iOS 11 did take a long time to download.
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Re: iOS 11 - First Look

Post by Ray Bentsen » Tue Sep 19, 2017 3:01 pm

Here is more of what is new!

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Re: iOS 11 - First Look

Post by Stephen Hart » Tue Sep 19, 2017 3:30 pm

Lane guidance could be a real boon.

We recently picked up our youngest son and his wife at SeaTac. Heading north from Tacoma, you need to know which lane to be in for the SeaTac turnoff. Then you need to know which lane to be in to get the next turnoff to SeaTac itself (several lanes to the right).
Then, going back, there are several lane changes--including a "Next Right" sign that really means "Not the Next Right, the one after that."
The turnoff from I-5 south to head for Silverdale and PA has changed several times in the last few years (because of construction), and was entirely different on our last trip.
And don't get me started on the approach to the Ferry terminal in Seattle. Sheesh!

There's a similar problem with the Edmonds ferry, going north on I-5.
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