Ever since the development of the iOS mobile operating system, Apple has regularly issued a new version on a more or less annual basis. Apple’s introduction to each new version pretty much bills it as the best thing since sliced bread (or whatever else you find particularly useful). While, as a practical matter, each version has offered new features and most have improved on their predecessor versions, truth be told, some of the iterations have not offered all that much over their predecessors, while others have made substantial improvements. This year’s offering, iOS 11, has brought some very significant changes to the operations of the system, particularly if you use it in conjunction with an iPhone X.
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