Is it Apple's intention to slow down older devices?

Apple iOS 11 is coming to iPhone and iPad

Apple unveils gender-neutral emoji coming to iPhone

It seems they have finally listened, as a hijab emoji is on its way with the new update.

Some conspire that Apple intentionally slows down older iPhone performance with every new iPhone release, a tactic known as "planned obsolescence", in order to encourage iPhone owners with older devices to upgrade to a new device.

A report last week went one step further, stating that Apple was purposely making its elderly iPhones slower to force people to buy the latest model.

As we have mentioned earlier, AirBeamTV's Mirror for Samsung TV app now allows all iPhone and iPad users to mirror their iOS devices on a Samsung Smart TV.

Expect the new vomiting face emoji to be widely used in conversations on hungover Sunday mornings.

The iOS 11.1 release date isn't confirmed, but you can try Apple's first milestone iOS 11 update long before its officially released thanks to the iOS 11.1 beta.

While it's true that older devices generally get slower over time, fairly recent models like the iPhone 6s are still a fantastic performers. While the CPU speed remains constant, it may be the variation in power required to run the new features or changes, which could also adversely affect the battery life.

More news: Ivanka Could Run For President In 15 Years, Says Ivana Trump

Since people have started using different types of chat apps and various stickers and emojis, Apple has chose to bring a bunch of new features to the iOS device's native Keyboard app.

The video below from the guys over at 9 to 5 Mac give us a look at some of the new features in the latest beta of iOS 11.1. Save for later feature is also being tested by the users as the giant has started pushing the new update for the testers. Apple has already rolled out two patches to fix some worrying issues.

Continue reading to learn more about Apple's iOS 11.1 Beta 2 and its primary functions.

TNW has shared everything regarding this new hidden Emojis' set with the newly updated iOS devices.

Apple's iOS 11.1 beta is extremely tempting, but most iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users should wait for the final version to arrive later this year.

Apple is likely to release the stable version of the new iOS 11 along with the iPhone X in the coming month.

Latest News