Here Are 11 Hidden Features in Apple’s iOS 11

iOS 11 has arrived for the iPhone and iPad and it comes with a slew of newly implemented or enhanced features. So many, in fact, that some have gone unannounced in favor of more pertinent components such as a new Siri, a "Do Not Disturb While Driving" feature, and updated App Store.

However, these hidden features are not only large in quantity but can also improve the quality of your Apple lifestyle. These are 11 hidden features in iOS 11 you should know about.

1. Customize the Control Center

The new Control Center is quite different than in iOS 10, not least because it’s put everything on a single page instead of spread over multiple cards. Now it's better than ever, because it's finally customizable.

The Control Center can be customized by going to Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls to add, remove or rearrange items in the order they appear, making apps more at the ready than before. You'll be happy to know: yes, you can now easily turn on Low Battery Mode.

2. Screen recording

First discovered on the iOS 11 beta by Faiz Shakir, this feature allows you to record your actions on-screen in real time. Although it has many practical uses, caution has been advised toward how this particular feature should be put to use. It could easily be used to invade someone's privacy without them knowing. Nevertheless, to set up screen recording, go to Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls, and add "Screen Recording" to your "Include" list. You will then be able to access the feature by swiping up from the bottom of the screen and pressing the record icon.

3. One-handed keyboard

On the keyboard of your phone, if you press and hold the globe/emoji icon, three new left, right, and normal icons will appear. ...

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