13 September, 2017
iOS 11 will give iPhone and iPad users a new and improved Siri voice assistant, as well as many other new features like an optional "do not disturb" feature that automatically replies to texts received while you're driving.
Do you like this change or did you enjoy managing your iOS devices' apps on your computer? People will also be more likely to use the redesigned App Store coming in iOS 11. This move appears to be an attempt to simplify and "slim down" the already extremely bloated music player. The new update doesn't solve all of the design problems with iTunes, which is still used for videos, audiobooks and podcasts, but it puts some of the focus back on its original goal: listening to music. As described on Apple's support page, a focus toward "music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks" means that you'll usually need to use your iOS devices to manage the apps installed on them. The iOS 11 will include a number of features that would make the iPhone and iPad faster and more efficient. Apart from this, Internet Radio has become the part of Music section, and iTunes U collections have been shifted into the Podcasts section, something Apple had announced late last month.
If you previously used iTunes to sync apps, books, or ringtones to your iOS device, use the new App Store, iBooks, or Sounds Settings on iOS to redownload them without your computer. It should also make it easier for Apple to bring iTunes to the Windows 10 store; which was announced at Microsoft's Build conference earlier this year.