Apple’s new iOS 11 software update is a major step forward for iPhone XS and XS Max owners
Apple today rolled out iOS 22.214.171.124 to all iOS devices running iOS 11 including the iPhone X and Xs Max, and for those running iOS 10.2, it’s a significant update that brings the OS to all devices.
The new version comes with several new features, including an improved Siri voice assistant, more privacy controls and a redesigned home screen.
It’s not the first time Apple has rolled out an update to the iOS 10 version of the software.
iOS 11 also included a new version of Maps, as well as an update for Apple Music.
While iOS 11 doesn’t feature a significant number of new features compared to iOS 10, the new update offers users a lot of new improvements, like a new “lock screen” that will show up if you’re using your phone in a way that’s not compatible with your device’s lock screen.
For the first year or so of Apple’s iOS 11, the company made the decision to move to a new system for lock screen notifications.
This is done to allow users to easily switch between lockscreen notifications on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch without having to switch between them manually.
With iOS 11 and iOS 11 in place, the “lock” icon on the lock screen of a device will now be much smaller than in previous versions of the OS, and will show as an “L” icon instead of the “R” icon.
While the “L,” “R,” “Locked” and “Unlocked” lock icons on the lockscreen were previously located in the top left and right of the lock panel, the larger version of those icons is now located at the top right corner of the Lock Screen.
This should help keep the lockscreens of the iPhone and iPad from interfering with one another, especially if one lockscreen is larger than the other.
The Lock Screen UI also received a redesign, which should improve readability of notifications, as seen in the image below.
Apple also announced a new feature called “Lock Screen” which is used to lock an iPhone or iPad’s lockscreen when a user taps the home button on an iOS device.
Users can then quickly access the Lock screen and change the lock settings to enable or disable the lock feature.
This feature is useful if you need to quickly lock an iOS app when you’re not in the app, or you’re looking for a quick way to get to the app’s settings.
The Lock Screen feature is enabled by default in the Settings app, and you can toggle it on or off from there.
When users enable “Lock screen” on an iPhone, they can also lock their apps from the lock bar at the bottom of the Home screen.
If they want to disable this feature, they simply tap the little “X” in the upper-right corner of their screen to lock their app and then tap the “Unlock” button.