Apple unleashes iOS 11 update

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Microsoft also released a statement about the said glitch, saying that the Mail app that was included in the new iOS 11 is not compatible with their email apps that run on Windows Server 2016.

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If you use an iPhone, chances are you'll see a notification of a new software update sometime around 10 a.m. With this in mind, you can. It remains to be seen whether Apple will succeed, but new features such as the Files app and multitasking capabilities might push consumers that much closer to ditching their PC or Mac.

You can update to watchOS 4 by going to the Watch app on your paired iPhone and then selecting General and then Software Update.

Aside from the downloading delay, another report revealed that Apple is now working closely with a team from Microsoft to fix a reported issue that blocks Outlook, Office 365, and Exchange 2016 users from sending or answering emails with the use of the built-in Mail app in iOS 11. Apple has much bigger plans for iOS 11 on the iPad, however.

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And you can now edit your Live Photos, which capture a few seconds of movement around the shutter snap, creating something like a video snippet. Or, you can look at each frame of the Live Photo and pick out the best still image. The most impactful change, however, is undoubtedly the demise of 32-bit applications, which will now be incompatible with iOS 11 to prioritise more modern 64-bit equivalents. This upgrade will become available in your settings on Tuesday, September 19th at 1pm ET.



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