IOS 11 Control Center: Wi-Fi And Bluetooth Don't Fully Turn Off

Apple's new Control Center lets you mix and match your favorite shortcuts in iOS11

Apple's new Control Center lets you mix and match your favorite shortcuts in iOS11

In addition, users have complained about Exchange ActiveSync not working on iOS 11 when running Exchange Server 2016 on Windows Server 2016 because of iOS 11 improperly negotiating a HTTP/2 TLS connection. Instead, it disconnects you from other Bluetooth devices and Wi-Fi networks.

In the new Control Center, which features a number of new one-touch controls that can be summoned from any screen while using an iOS device, there are individual buttons for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. With just a few clicks in the device's control settings, users are able to record whatever is happening on their screen simply by swiping from the bottom and tapping the record button.

Those updating to iOS 11 may be surprised to realize that switching between apps isn't quite as easy as it was in iOS 10.

Screenshots: The iOS 11 has made a better approach to screenshots, where after you take a screenshot, and you can tap that thumbnail to mark it up with text and drawings.

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Turning off of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in iOS will not disable them. rather it will just disconnect the iPhone or iPad from all connected device. Its overhaul is meant to deliver a consistent experience across Apple devices, from the iPhone to the Apple Watch and even the Apple TV remote. So you're probably already enjoying its many benefits, but here's something you may not know: the behavior of the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggles in Control Center is confusing.

If you have not noticed this feature yet, go to your app's menu page.

Apparently, this is because the company wants both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to be available such that iPhone owners could continue using AirDrop, AirPlay, Apple Pencil, Apple Watch, Location Services, and other features.

iPhone and iPad users who haven't installed the update still have the choice: wait for a more polished 11.1 version to release. If you're affected by this issue with Apple's native Mail app, we recommend using the mobile web or Microsoft's excellent Outlook iOS app as a workaround.

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