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Apple Updates iOS With 'Do Not Disturb While Driving' Mode

June 29 2017, 12:15 | Jodi Jackson

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The feature, called "Do Not Disturb While Driving", will be part of Apple's iOS 11, a new version of the operating software for Apple mobile devices.

Of course the new models will have the newest iOS 11, which has many new iPad-related features.

The new feature is sure to be a lifesaver for anyone with convoluted Wi-Fi passwords and frequent data-conscious houseguests.

With this change coming with iOS 11 in September, nothing is going to stop you from releasing updates early and often. Passengers who're not driving can disable the feature so their phones work normally. "For example, as Siri learns topics or places a user is interested in while browsing Safari, they will be suggested when typing in Mail, Messages and other apps", Apple said in a statement. In addition to it, users will be able to make payments directly to their friends through Apple Pay; hence, making it more popular among users. Apple Pay Cash balance can be transferred to a bank account or used as payment in stores and online.

"It's all about keeping your eyes on the road", said Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president of software engineering, to CNN.

Recent figures obtained by the Press Association showed that more than 200 drivers a day were caught using their phones illegally in a major crackdown.

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iPhones will be able to detect when you're driving and switch on Do Not Disturb mode to avoid distractions.

It can also sent an automatic test reply, just like an email service, to inform contacts that the owner is now driving.

Reddit users with access to the developer-only beta of the new operating system uncovered the screen capturing tool, Gizmodo reports.

#5 Apple didn't mention this Monday but I found a screen-record feature. Admittedly, this feature sounds like it could cause problems for some users.

So what is the difference between Offloading apps in iOS 11 and deleting app in iOS 10? The faster refresh rate also means that "inking" with the Apple Pencil is even faster and smoother with these new iPad Pros.



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