Apple has for some time now been touting the iPad as a PC replacement device for many people. In this update, Apple has revealed a new mode which will help users while driving. Now, according to 9to5mac, iOS 11 could use the same tech to make remembering your Wi-Fi password a thing of the past.
If you are now using the iOS 11 beta, you can find the Offload Unused Apps feature by opening the Settings app, and tapping on General. All the 32-bit devices, and the last to debut with a 32-bit processor, which means that iOS 11 will be a 64-bit-only affair.
Apple made the iPad a huge focus in iOS 11, adding all kinds of nifty new iPad-only features that enhance productivity.
According to CNN, Apple announced at their 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference that the new iOS 11 will introduce "Do Not Disturb While Driving." iPhones connected to a vehicle via Bluetooth or cable will silence notifications from iMessage and certain news apps, for instance, during drives. All in all, the new iOS 11 seems to be a pretty cool operating system, so we can't wait for it to roll out to devices. Switching it on allows iOS to automatically uninstall unused apps to make space for other media, such as snaps and videos.
This is clearly the most requested feature among vocal iPhone users on social networks and on forums like Reddit.
On iOS 11 the feature is called Offload Unused Apps. Simply named "Files", the utility would bring to iOS 11 a feature that has been a staple of Android and Windows phones for a while.
As Cydiageeks notes, the Offload Unused Apps setting is also available in iPhone Storage under General settings.
From June 2018, all new apps submitted to the Mac app store will need to support 64-bit, and from June 2018 updates to existing apps must also be 64-bit compatible.
This has been a longstanding issue with the iOS app store.
There are plenty of reasons to try the iOS 11 beta on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.