Video Shows 30 iOS 11 Features Apple Should Bring To Its Next Generation Mobile OS

A new video posted online shows 30 iOS 11 features that Apple should consider for the upcoming version of its so called world’s most advanced operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

It may be a little earlier than usual, but some people are already starting to wonder what Apple is working on ahead of iOS 11 which is anticipated to be announced during WWDC next year. Apple tends to announce the new software, issue a beta program, and then spend the next few months honing new additions and fixing bugs before a public release around September time.


What we’re saying is we are still a long way off seeing iOS 11 in beta, let alone final form. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun to speculate. And speculation is exactly what one YouTuber has been up to. In a new ten-minute video, we come across ideas and hopes that are put forward for what iOS 11 should bring to the table.

In fact, there’s been so much thought gone into the video that there are no fewer than 30 different features in this wishlist of sorts. Some are possible, some are likely, some are downright unlikely to find their way into iOS at all, let alone next year’s iOS 11, but hey, Christmas is just around the corner!

There are far too many hopes and dreams going on in the video for me to list each and every one here, and frankly that would take away from the fun of watching the video so be sure to check it out – I’m pretty sure that there will be lots on there that you too would like to see.

So what would I like personally? Well, a system-wide dark mode would be swell, and it’s actually one I can imagine Apple adding at some point given the rumors surrounding OLED iPhone 8, and we know how good black looks on OLED! I’d also like more granular controls of notifications too, but that’s one I think is less likely. I can hope, though.

What would you like to see in iOS 11? Share your iOS 11 wishlist with us in the comments below.

(Source: EverythingApplePro [YouTube])

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