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Only a few short days and iOS 11 will be released to the public - the official release date being the 19th September 2017.

In a break from tradition, rather wait for the release day itself, I thought it would be useful for you to have an advance viewing of this first iOS 11 tutorial - to familiarise yourself with some of the core concepts.

Apple's flagship operating system for both the iPad and iPhone brings with it a host of new and updated features. In this first of a multi-part tutorial, we take you through some of the fundamental changes to iOS and demonstrate how they can be applied in your day-to-day usage of your Apple devices.

The full tutorial covers:

  • Installation Considerations
  • iPad - Lock Screen
  • iPad - Home Screen
  • iPhone - Lock & Home Screen
  • iPad - Dock
  • iPad - Drag & Drop
  • iPhone - Drag & Drop
  • iPad - Slide Over
  • iPad - Split View
  • iPad - Mobile Safari
  • iPad - Control Centre
  • iPad - Screen Recording
  • iPhone - Control Centre

Video Tutorial Comments

(10 comments posted)

Glenn Clark

Hi Don. Subtitles seem to be permanently on currently with this video.

Glenn Clark

Hi Don. Subtitles seem to be permanently on currently with this video.

Chris Freitag

I'm having this same issue; subtitles are embedded in the video.

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Sean D'Souza

I can't turn off the subtitles. Just adding to the list of the subtitle annoyance.

Iain Dunn

Hi Don, Screen Recording does capture audio, just do a long press on the record button and there is an option to enable audio.

Mika Vehkala

Subtitles are working fine now. Iain thanks for the tip, didnít know that.

Ralph Woodard

I am still having problems with not being able to turn off Suptitles.

Robert Mawhinney

I have been having problems with the slide over panel - several apps crash when I try to wok between the two panels

Robert Crutcher

I noticed today that with iOS 11 on the iPhone I can no longer repeat a song on the iOS Music App. It was hard enough to find repeat song and shuffle setting on iOS 10. Now they seem to simply be gone completely.

Robert Crutcher

I noticed today that with iOS 11 on the iPhone I can no longer repeat a song on the iOS Music App. It was hard enough to find repeat song and shuffle setting on iOS 10. Now they seem to simply be gone completely.

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