WWDC 2017: Release of iOS 11 Rumors Around September

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Apple said previously that iOS 10.3.1 fixed a vulnerability that meant users were at risk from being attacked via the Wi-Fi chip in the device. As shown below, the new wallpapers are available for both iPhone and iPad and like usual, can be set as either the Lock Screen or Home Screen background.

The tech company also rolled out updates for other gadgets, which include tvOS 10.2.1, macOS 10.12.5 and watchOS 3.2.2. After giving it a thought, we have come up with three realistic and achievable features that can greatly improve the iOS experience.

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The latest updates largely revolve around security updates, something totally crucial in today's world, exemplified by the horrific mess Microsoft has found itself in thanks to the highly embarrassing vulnerabilities found in its shoddy operating systems. At the time, I noted that Apple discontinuing the iPad mini 2 and the 32 GB iPad mini 4, while pricing the new iPad below the 128 GB iPad mini 4's price point, was a pretty clear sign the mini iPad line was being phased out. The iOS update fixes 41 security flaws, including some that could potentially allow a remote attacker to execute malicious code on an Apple mobile device.

Enhances compatibility of the Mac App Store with future software updates.

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Adds support for more digital camera RAW formats. The update is rolling out now, and you can grab it by going into Settings General Software Update on your device.

Once in the app you need to go to General Software update and install the update, you Apple Watch needs to be charged to at least 50% or plugged in, it also need to be in range of your iPhone. The macOS update also resolves WindowServer bugs identified by Richard Zhu and Keen Lab and PC Manager's Team Sniper that were found at Pwn2Own. The tvOS 10.2.1 brings fourth-generation Apple TV's bug fixes and other enhancements.

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