iOS11 bring more changes such as new App Store, new Control Center, new camera modes, new photos storage, Smarter Siri ,plus such catch-up features as one-handed typing and easy person-to-person payments. "iOS is becoming more and more like android" some iPhone user said. howerer, some useful Android feature still miss from iOS 11. Let us discuss it together.
iOS 11 bring much innovations on iPad, like drag-and-drop elements and a real dock. You’d think Apple would bring a long - lived feature on Android: multi-user profiles, which enables family members to create their own personal space in a iPad.
For whatever reason (privacy concerns, perhaps?). Apple has yet revealed the idea of not adding Multi-user profile to iPhone or iPad. That means if you share your iPad with your child, you're sharing all your iPad data, too, including your e-mail, your open browser tabs, your Facebook app, everything.
Multiple Do Not Disturb schedules
Android has spoiled me with its "automatic rules" for Do Not Disturb mode. with helpful automatic rules, people can can set up multiple Do Not Disturb schedules for weeknights, weekends, meetings, and any other scenarios you dream up.
In iOS 11, though, Do Not Disturb mode still lets you set only a single schedule, meaning you can't set Do Not Disturb to give you more quiet time on weekends or during meetings.
Yes, the new "Do Not Disturb While Driving" feature (which automatically silences notifications whenever your iPhone senses you're driving) is a nice innovation, but it's too bad iOS 11 didn't catch up to Android's Do Not Disturb features.
Search the entire screen
As the previous iOS system, iOS 11 also allows you to quickly search web pages for specific text via the Spotlight( iOS's universal search feature). That's helpful if you want a deep search on a narrow selection of text, but sometimes I'm looking for a broader search of everything on my screen.
At this point, Android's screen search feature comes in handy. Just click on the Google assistant in the "What's on my screen" button, Android will scan the entire screen, and return any relevant search results, if you want a quick, 360-degree cheat sheet on a news article or web page. Pretty neat, and there's no real equivalent on iOS, not even once iOS 11 arrives.
Clear all app windows
The "Clear All" button on Android's Overview screen instantly closes all your open app windows, leaving you with a soothing "No recent items" message when you tap the Overview button again.
On iOS, though—and yes, this includes iOS 11—there's no easy way to clear out the massive stack of app windows on the multitasking screen, forcing you to flick up on dozens of individual windows until the coast is clear.