After a few months of beta testing, Apple’s next-gen iOS 11 has arrived, delivering a new file manager, better multitasking on iPads, a revamped Control Centre, a smarter Siri and much, much more.
Augmented reality apps for iPhone models SE, 6s and up, as well as iPad Pros and the 2017 iPad are about to start flooding the App Store from Wednesday in Australia as iOS 11 launches, with Redbubble popping itself with excitement over its AR shopping art app.
Apple's iOS 11 comes out this week, but with it, you may find many of your apps disappear. Here's how to prepare.
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