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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Apple shows you on video everything you can do with iOS 11

In the last hours has finally come one of the largest updates that the mobile ecosystem Apple has received in recent years. With iOS 11, all compatible devices have managed to access a good repertoire of perfect new features to improve productivity, activity, and efficiency . But it is very likely that the list of novelties is something difficult to digest, so the Apple marketing team has thought of a better way to teach them.

As we have been showing these last weeks, Apple has been preparing a series of videos designed to take full advantage of the new features of the operating system. Especially those that have been included in the iPad, since the line of tablets has been the most benefited in the distribution of this new version. And today, with the official release of the update have published some new videos so that we can all squeeze it to the maximum.

From writing with the Apple Pencil, to "Universal Clipboard" 

In the playlist that we have left just above these same lines, you can see each and every one of the tutorials that Apple has kindly hung on its official YouTube channel. In addition, for the first time in some of these videos has shown the use of third-party apps , such as Pixelmator or GoodNotes, instead of simply the applications that were installed by default on the device.

The truth is, we are grateful that the company will bother to work on this aspect of learning a little. It is important that users learn how to use the features of their phones or tablets because otherwise we would miss many of the opportunities they offer us. In addition, as we saw in the presentation of September 12, not only plan to implement these tutorials, but also improve their sessions gives help in the Apple Store itself , something that always comes great.

Apple wants you to take iOS 11 to the max, the question is: Have you downloaded it yet?

Via | 9to5Mac 

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