Users have to activate it first, but the phone auto-detects that the user is driving and deactivates all notifications (ie from Facebook, WhatsApp and so on). Apple describes this as a new way to help drivers stay more focused on the road.
Trump denies 'loyalty' pledge, says Comey testimony proved no collusion
Comey's excuse for this unauthorized disclosure of privileged information and appears to entirely retaliatory". Comey pushed back against those claims , asserting that Trump had lied.
What's really cool about the new feature is that after you stop recording, you can make edits and annotations to your recording.
This isn't a surprise; developers have had almost two years to update their apps to comply with the newest standards.
De Villiers defiant as South Africa choke again
His straight length balls meant Quinton de Kock was fed nothing to his strengths through the covers or square of the wicket. The live telecast of India vs South Africa match will be available on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 1 Hindi.
When Apple releases iOS 11 in the autumn, it's going to leave a handful of older iDevices behind. The feature can be turned off and on, and set up to automatically respond to messages. That includes the ability to add drawings to typewritten documents, mark up text files, and take handwritten notes within Apple's native Notes app.
As for passengers, they can turn off the feature simply by pressing an "I Am Not Driving" button on the phone. This means you can use the iMessage apps to send stickers and other short bits of information to people faster on iOS 11. Siri will also suggest topics sometimes based on what you are doing to reading. Meanwhile, the App Store has been completely redesigned with Games, a new Today tab and Apps, PC Advisor reported.
While Apple is clearly maintaining its rivalry with Amazon, the companies also seemed to reach a sort of peace agreement when it came to Apple TV - a product that Amazon had previously pulled from its site.
Theresa May pledges a new government based on 'certainty'
DUP leader Arlene Foster has said her party is entering into discussions with Theresa May about forming a new government . May fell short of the eight seats needed and will now have to rely on the DUP's 10 MPs to pass legislation.