I’ve been using iOS 11 for almost a month now. As soon as Apple released the first beta, I installed it on my iPhone, without backing up my previous iOS 10.3 beta, because I like living dangerously. But since then, I haven’t looked back. iOS 11, however, isn’t perfect in beta form, and you’ll encounter various glitches and bugs that should be ironed out by September.
But it turns out that something I cataloged as a bug might actually be an iOS 11 feature that heralds good news about the iPhone 8’s iconic feature.
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