What's Next In iOS
While Apple's iPhone remains hugely popular, the iPad has been less consistent -- with sales dropping 12 percent in the most recent quarter from a year earlier. But Apple isn't giving up on the tablet, and is in fact looking to breathe new life into it -- particularly the iPad Pro models -- with the release of the company's next mobile operating system. During the WWDC 2017 keynote Monday, Apple executives said that iOS 11 will include a number of upgrades aimed at making the iPad Pro a stronger option for professional users. The company also said that iOS 11, which is coming this fall, will include changes that will be useful for both iPhone and iPad, such as Siri upgrades and user interface improvements.
In the following slides, we've rounded up some of the key features to expect in Apple's iOS 11.