India pricing for new Apple iPad Pro and Mac lineup revealed

Joanna Estrada
June 10, 2017

Apple announced the upcoming software update for iPhones, iPads, and iPods a few days ago during World Wide Developer's conference. You can hit "Download profile" and install the new iOS 11 Beta. Most of the news focused on the coming updates for its various operating systems, but CEO Tim Cook also introduced some new hardware.

In-app purchases will get a lot more attention in the App Store redesign in an effort to better promote the content that is now buried only on an app's main product page. Though everything that the Cupertino giant announced was analysed deeply by experts one thing that missed much attention was new "Core NFC" framework that could expand near-field communication features for Apple devices beyond just its mobile payments support. With ProMotion, Apple Pencil is even more responsive with an industry-best, 20-millisecond latency for even more fluid and natural drawing. This feature is visible when you tap on an app inside the iPhone Storage.

The iPhone control center, lock screen, and notification center are all getting major visual redesigns, with an eye toward offering more information to the user. On this page, there is an option called "Offload Unused Apps", as spotted by Cydia Geeks. They can add either iPad Pro to their accounts for as low as $10 per month on U.S. Cellular's Total Plans with No Hidden Fees - no activation fees, no monthly device connection charges, no phone upgrade fees and no data overage fees.

Unfortunately, we won't know if drag and drop will actually make it into the fully fleshed-out version of iOS 11 - and we won't find out until it hits devices later this fall.

The App Store editors will also be doing more feature content with a handful of regular series that will appear on the store, including: Meet the Developer, Behind the Scenes, Making a Difference, What's on My iPhone, Apps I love, and Love Letter.

While some apps already featured such an option, some high-profile apps like Uber only gave users two choices: to always allow location access or to never allow location access.

But how will the new iOS 11 be like?

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