If you bring "Wookiee Cookies" to the office on May 4 (Star Wars Day), and count "Pi Day" or "Talk Like a Pirate Day" among your favorites, then you might have a bright future at Apple serving as Siri's Event Maven, as the job is called. The winner would join the Siri team to "scour" social media for trends and happenings that Apple's voice assistant doesn't know about. We can only guess what engineers and designers would do with the information: perhaps have Siri flag local events around the theme, or maybe give Siri more jokes to tell when you ask.
The best features of iOS 11 beta: Some are big, some are small and some you should just check out, The new Control Center is one panel, jam-packed with useful rev case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - red functions, It's easier to use, too, Some areas have additional pop-outs, like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth settings, Extra Control Center buttons can be added from a limited list in Settings, It can balloon to a weirdly large set, Live Photos can now be edited: This is better than you think, Live Photos can be turned into GIF-like loops with forward-reverse effects, Or, a new long-exposure effect works nicely with some motions..
The best part is that any shot in Live Photo can be turned into the key image to share with others. One-handed keyboards squish everything to the right or left for easier one-hand access. Enable this at the bottom of the keyboard, by pressing in on the Emoji button. Scanning documents into Notes is a built-in feature now: It's helpful for receipts. Screen recording can capture whatever you're doing, and add voice-over for instant how-to videos. Siri is updated. She/he sounds different. It's strange.
Siri rev case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - red also can translate into certain languages, for on-the-fly help speaking French, Italian, Spanish, German or Mandarin Chinese (but Siri doesn't always listen properly), The new App Store has a News-like redesign, complete with articles, Meh, The new App Store seems to value layout over discovering lots of apps at once, iOS 11 on the iPad is a bigger set of changes, All of the above (except one-handed keyboards) work on the iPad, plus other big additions, A new dock almost looks MacBook-like, and can hold way more apps (roughly 13-15, depending on your iPad screen size)..
Apps can be dragged in and out as needed. The right-side set of three apps are Siri suggested based on recent use and what's open on your iPhone. Other apps can be viewed in a Spaces mode that's also Mac-like. It replaces the stacked view of open apps in iOS 10. Apps placed side-by-side in Split View mode can be kept together and picked again by swiping up. The new Control Center is on the right side, complete with the same features as the iPhone. Added Control Center buttons make it a more helpful alternative to visiting Settings.