Apple Take a Monumental Leap – Introduces iOS 11 Beta 3
Functionality Tweaks and OS Improvements Tip the Scales
Apple has finally launched its iOS 11 Beta 3 for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. However, only registered developers are allowed to access the third beta at present. Beta for other apple users will be available soon. Apple is currently holding its beta version for public as it is seeking to integrate some more updates and upgrade it as a more refined version of the existing OS.
The third beta adds up to the enhancements including advanced 3D touch interface typically for the camera application in the Control Center. UI twists are evident in its 3D touch overlay view. Some more UI alterations comprise of the newly polished Notification Center Cover Sheet. The device can now display all notifications as soon as the user swipes into the view. Earlier, it was essential to make an upward gesture to check older notifications. The Smart Invert feature has been integrated with advanced flexibility throughout the operating system.
Moreover, a brand new preference has been added in the App Store setting. This preference allows Apple users to decide whether or not to play videos automatically (auto-play). The user can disable the auto-playing video completely or when more than one cellular networks are summed as options.
It has become easier for Apple iPad users to delete the applications from the iPad’s multitasking window. An upward swipe is all it is going to take to remove the applications from the window. The ‘x’ button to close apps in earlier betas is replaced with a simple swipe functionality. The mail application on the new beta 3 recollects if it’s open in 3 or more columns on bigger 12.9 inch iPad display screen while it switches between split screen and full screen presentations. New beta 3 developers will be getting safari services that offer an API to modify the authentication flow. This shall allow the logged in user to stay logged into the application without entering the set password.
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