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Friday, 22 September 2017

iOS 11 has a major absence, but will be back soon

With the arrival of iOS 11, we have been able to see again how the community has embraced without any fear of the new features of this version. It's really comforting to know that Apple will take care of your devices with the latest software rather longer and better than the competition. Of course, it is one of the reasons why, like many others, I buy products from the Californian company with total peace of mind in this respect.

However, that does not mean that we do not know that, sometimes, with updates, certain features go to better life . For various reasons, such as a technical failure, or the simple fact that something has become obsolete, the iOS development team is forced to remove some functions with each update. In this case, if you make a habitual use of 3DTouch, many will have noticed the absence of the gesture of multitasking that worked with this technology.

The new version has not only brought novelties, it has also removed some features 

It was a really comfortable thing to be able to go from application to application just by running your finger across the screen with some pressure. In part, it reminds me of the new multitasking gesture that has been implemented in the new iPhone X and in the iPads with the update. But, it seems that with the new version there have been certain technical problems with it, and Apple has been forced to eliminate it. Something that has sent an email to Craig Federighi, responsible for software at Apple, as others have done .

In a response provided by MacRumors, and whose authenticity has been confirmed by the same team, Craig Federighi has confirmed the technical problems. However, it has also confirmed that this feature will return in the future with a next minor update of iOS 11. Something that will undoubtedly be grateful for all those users who can not live without their beloved multitasking gestures.

And you, did you use this gesture in iOS 10?

Source | MacRumors 

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