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Sharing Wi-Fi password just got easier with iOS 11

Sharing Wi-Fi password just got easier with iOS 11

At the moment Apple does not allow developers to have access to NFC on the iPhone, it is now restricted to Apple Pay and Apple's Passbook, this will change with the release of iOS 11. Furthermore, 14 states have banned the use of handheld devices.The revitalized iPads have a new feature known as "ProMotion", which offers a super-quick rejuvenate rate of 120 Hz to their screens for a smoother experience of visual.As Cydiageeks notes, the Offload Unused Apps setting is also available in iPhone Storage under General settings. That's good news and a step in the right direction for the identity and security industry, but unfortunately it doesn't appear to deliver on the ultimate goal - the use of Apple's handset as a security credential.

The function reportedly works simply: if a device running iOS 11 tries to join your Wi-Fi network, your nearby iOS devices will get a pop-up asking if you'd like to share your password.

"Your app can read tags to give users more information about their physical environment and the real-world objects in it".

Last year, Apple added an option to iOS 10 that grants apps access to a user's location only when said apps are actually being used.

Apple executive Craig Federighi made the announcement Monday at the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California.

Other updates arriving with iOS 11 include new Loop and Bounce effects for photos, Apple Pay payments via Messages and Siri, and a "do not disturb" feature that can be enabled while driving. Geskin also posted schematic images that purport to show the design of the new iPhone.

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