iOS 11 adds a lot of new and interesting features. From the redesigned Control Center, the new App Store to the new multitasking on iPad. But in the process, iOS has also removed some features. Here are the features you’ll no longer see in iOS 11.
iOS 11 removes the native sharing features. You can no longer login with Twitter and Facebook directly in iOS 11. This means that third-party developers won’t be able to connect directly to social media accounts using your default details. They’ll now need to connect for the apps (that you’ll need to have installed).
iOS 11 is finally killing support for 32 bit apps. When you try to download an old app from App Store, instead of downloading it, you’ll get an error message instead.
iOS 10’s iCloud Drive has been removed and has been replaced by Files app. Which is actually a good thing. The Finder supports iCloud Drive, local files and third party services like Dropbox. Plus gives you better file management features like nested folders, list view, drag and drop, tagging and more.
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Both Home and Now Playing panels from Control Center have now been removed. Those features are now directly integrated into the new, single page Control Center.
When you swipe up from the bottom of the screen on the iPad, you’ll now see the Dock, or the App Switcher. The Control Center panels are gone, with the Control Center now being integrated into the App Switcher.
On all iPads, widgets are no longer in a two-column view. Instead, you’ll see a centered, single column view, in both portrait and landscape modes.
There used to be a hidden shortcut, where you’d tap 10 times to manually force the App Store to refresh. This is gone in the new redesigned App Store.
The iOS 11 betas are still new and we’re still digging through them. Have you discovered a feature that no longer works the way it did in iOS 10? Share with us in the comments below.