New version of Apples smartphone and tablet software includes new customisation and multitasking features, and will be available for download today
Apples iOS 11 will be available to download on iPhones and iPads everywhere from today, adding various new features including the ability to customise Control Centre for the first time.
Not all iPhones and iPads will be able to run iOS 11: anyone with an iPhone 5 or 5C, or iPad 4 or older is out of luck. But the majority of devices bought in the last few years will be able to download the update for free via the Settings app or through iTunes on a computer.
If you have any older apps installed that havent been updated in a while, be warned that they may not work after installing iOS 11, as it drops support for 32-bit apps. Most will be fine, but you can find out if any of the apps you have installed on iOS 10 wont work before updating.
1. You can finally customise Control Centre
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