As we saw in WWDC 2017, Apple has renewed two of its most important operating systems; iOS and macOS . There is a lot of similarity between them, since both contain a lot of hidden features, especially High Sierra, the new software update for Mac, which contains more than 30 functions that are not seen at first sight, but with proper use they can become quite comfortable.
In the case of iOS 11, the expectations, as for the next Apple terminal, the most expensive phone in history since it will cost more than 1,000 euros, were very high, but the only thing we can read on the Internet and the forums related to these issues is that people are not very pleased , at least within the beta phases in which this new software is. We sincerely hope that Cupertino’s people will do something about this, but for now the best thing to do is to stay within iOS 10.
Many of us know that on the iPhone we cannot give full use to 3D touch. It’s a funny thing because Apple has the technology and resources to make it work and reach the limit of its capabilities, but they simply don’t. Users of iPhone 6s or iPhone 7 who have upgraded to iOS 11 will have noticed that cannot access the multitasking application from 3D touch . It is not yet known why this is the case, but it may well be that since it is still under development, as Apple said it would not be for everyone until September, they have not yet implemented this very useful feature to iOS 11.
If they have removed it indefinitely this would be a big mistake by Apple’s developers . The company’s motto is that the reason why we buy their devices before any other brand is because theirs make our lives easier, but they contradict themselves by taking a shortcut that made our lives much easier.
Anyway, we hope Apple will reconsider and return this valuable tool to us . It may very well be what we mentioned above and that it is still in the process of implementation for this operating system, otherwise this would be a big step against its own slogan.
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