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The weekend has arrived and as usual, at Apple we gather the best posts of tricks and guides of the Spanish blogosphere and all the interesting things that have been published about Apple, so that you can get the most out of your devices or services. So without further ado we leave you with a new One More Thing.

  • This One more thing will be especially focused on talking about news and curiosities of iOS 11. Let’s start with iPadizate, who recently shared a post with a couple of secret iOS 11 features.
  • Continuing with the topic of the new features of iOS 11, I tell you that in Actualidad iPhone shares with us the steps we must follow to make emergency calls from the latest version of the operating system.
  • Another interesting new feature that recently landed in iOS 11 is a single-handed keyboard that can be configured with the help of a short tutorial recently released by Faq-mac.
  • Now let’s talk about what’s new in Safari on iOS 11. In Faq-mac they share a simple post to help us learn how to enable anti-sweep options in the browser.
  • Maybe they’ve forgotten the WiFi password for the place they’re at, want to connect their computer to the network, and have to go ask the owner of the place again. Well, in iPadizate they share with us a trick so we can learn to see the passwords we have stored in our mobile device.
  • The issue of storage on iOS devices has become a problem for some users. That’s why iOSMac shares a guide for us to learn how to **save space on an iPhone without deleting photos and apps in iOS 1-“,1
  • Of course we know that there may be a possibility that some of you may want to return to iOS 10, so we share with you some information published in PacMac where we find the step by step way to return to the previous version of the mobile operating system.
  • If you’re a frequent visitor to the new App Store and would like to stop listening to automatic video, iPhone Update tells us what we need to do to disable automatic video playback on the new iOS 11 App Store.

We remind you that you can send us links to the articles you consider worthwhile, to enrich our weekly One More Thing. This way, Apple readers can also find out what else is going on in the networks.

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