Apple Takes On Distracted Driving With New Feature

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In fact, it could prove to be a crucial feature, because before iOS 11, getting a screen recording wasn't easy.

Once the password is saved on a new device, it'll remember it.

iOS 11 is out for developers now, with a final release expected in September.

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You basically, had two options, the first being to jailbreak you iPhone or iPad.

"We think this is going to be a real important step with safety in the vehicle", Apple's Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi said of the new feature. According to developers attending WWDC, the company confirmed that the drag and drop feature would be coming on iPhone but is only going to work within apps. For example, your app might give users information about products they find in a store or exhibits they visit in a museum. Now, developer preview testers are highlighting new features that they have stumbled upon while using unstable iOS 11.

The iOS 11 camera will now recognize and scan QR codes.

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Siri will also use upgraded on-device learning to take user experiences on one app to other apps.

But none of these even come close to being the most important feature of iOS 11: Do Not Disturb While Driving. "Reinstalling the app will place back your data if the app is still available in the App Store", says Apple in its description of the feature.

The iPhone screen will be locked to prevent drivers from using other apps while behind the wheel. If the password is shared, it will immediately be filled on the iPhone. While manufacturing has been said to be delayed because of supply issues, mass production of the new iPhones has now started, Latvian designer Benjamin Geskin noted in a tweet yesterday. The new Retina display is also much brighter at 600 nits, utilizes the p3 color gamut, and supports a faster refresh rate at 120Hz.

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