Something wrong with The iOS 11 Control Center Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Are on

iOS-11-Control-Center iOS 11’s Control Center app which swipes up from the bottom of the screen gives the appearance of allowing users to turn off wi-fi and Bluetooth on their phone.

The actual wi-fi and Bluetooth chips in the phone remain powered on. Apple decided Control Panel should not disable the devices entirely because it wants services including “AirDrop, AirPlay, Apple Pencil, Apple Watch, Location Services, and other features”

Bluetooth and wi-fi turned on anyhow,you can still properly turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi from the Settings app.


What About Apple’s iMac

imac-pro.jpg Apple at WWDC 2017 demonstrated that its pro users have a lot to look forward to. Aside from supercharging its iPad lineup, Apple updated the entirety of its MacBook line with speedier Kaby Lake processors and faster SSDs. Further, some of Apple’s notebooks will now feature more powerful graphics.

Apple’s iMac Pro. Priced at $4,999 with an option to max the machine out with 18 core Xeon processors

An iMac with 8 cores is remarkable enough. But an iMac with up to 18 cores is an entirely different creature. Add Turbo Boost speeds up to 4.5GHz, and iMac Pro has the power and flexibility to balance superb multicore processing with great single-thread performance. So whether you’re rendering files, editing 4K video, creating real-time audio effects, or compiling your next five-star app, it all gets done at lightning speed.

The Radeon Pro Vega is over three times faster than any previous iMac GPU, packing the power of a double-wide graphics card into a single chip. All of which translates to higher frame rates for VR, real-time 3D rendering, more lifelike special effects, and gameplay at max settings.

Up to 4TB of all-flash storage lets you work on large 4K and HD projects regardless of codec. Thunderbolt 3 ports, so you can connect two 5K monitors — for a whopping 44 million pixels total — and transfer data at a blazing 40Gb/s.


The new Magic Keyboard includes a numeric keypad and comes with your choice of Magic Mouse 2 or Magic Trackpad 2


What’s so special about new iPad

ios11.png  This WWDC Apple introdued not only iOS 11 but iPad,HomePod Siri Upgrade iMac and more.iPad Turned up to  iOS 11. The new Files app brings all your files together. You can easily browse, search, and organize all your files in one place. And there’s a dedicated place for your recent files. Not just the ones on your iPad, but also those in apps, on your other iOS devices, in iCloud Drive, and across other services like Box and Dropbox.

The new Dock Bottom line he Dock also changes as you work. Intelligently suggested apps — like ones you opened recently and the last one you were using on your iPhone or Mac.


You can open a second app right from the Dock, and both apps remain active in Slide Over as well as Split View. You can drag the second app in Slide Over to the left. And you can get back to your favorite App.

Drag and Drop

Drag and Drop comes to iPad, allowing you to move text, photos, and files from one app to another.

Apple Pencil

Apple Pencil for iPad Pro more versatile, powerful. tasks, such as taking notes are easy now.

Instant Notes

Simply tap your Apple Pencil on the Lock screen and start taking notes.

Scan and Sign

The new Document Scanner in Notes automatically senses and scans a document, crops the edges, and removes any tilt or glare. Fill in the blanks or sign it with Apple Pencil.

Augmented reality

iOS 11 introduces ARKit, a new framework that brings augmented reality to hundreds of millions of iOS devices by allowing developers to easily build unparalleled AR experiences.


iOS 11 Siri update

ios11-Siri-update.jpg WWDC 2017 keynote, where Apple explained that the updated version of its digital personal assistant will be arriving on Apple products later this year when iOS 11 rolls out.

According to Apple, the Siri update arriving later on in 2017 will bring a new language Translation feature in beta, one that will be able to translate between a few major languages, such as from English to Chinese and English to Spanish. It appears the early beta launch of the feature will only support translating from English to Spanish/Chinese/German/Italian/French.

Siri will be getting on-device learning capabilities, enabling the personal assistant to be better able to predict the things you want based on how you use the app. This improved prediction ability will be available across all your Apple devices with Siri, as well, for a seamless experience.



Few more hours for WWDC 17

og What to expect at Apple’s big event on Monday at San Jose. CEO Tim Cook and other Apple executives will show previews of the next iPhone, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV operating systems during a Monday keynote address in San Jose, California. There are also rumors the company will announce a new smart speaker and updates to its Mac and iPad lines.


Apple traditionally gives everyone a sneak peak at the next operating systems for iPads, iPhones and Macs. Apple could add more features and third-party integrations to the voice assistant, possibly part of a larger Siri overhaul. Apple is rumored to be working on a 10.5-inch iPad Pro, with a screen that inches even closer to the edges of the device.



5 Days to go WWDC 17

og 5 Days more to  WWDC 17 EVENT. June 5, and runs through Friday, June 9, in San Jose, California. Here’s what we can expect.


iOS 11

Though the next iPhone 7S, 7S Plus and a rumored 10-year anniversary special edition iPhone will likely be announced later this fall, we’ll probably hear updates to the mobile OS itself, iOS 11, at WWDC. New OS Apple every year launches its new OS related to macOS  iOS tvOS watchOS.

MacOS 10.13

Not much is known about Apple’s next update for its computer operating system. iOS features. Last year, for example, Sierra introduced auto-login across different Apple devices, Siri desktop integration and Apple Pay for the web.

A voice-enabled Siri smart speaker that will compete against Amazon Echo and Google Home.
An entirely new Apple TV with 4K support.



Apple is improving its AI

Siri Apple is developing a processor dedicated to AI-related tasks to provide a better performance and make  daily tasks easier. Rumours are there they are known as Neural Engineincluding facial recognition and speech recognition and more.

Can’t say anything right now you just nees to wait till June 5 Where siri speakers as well as iOS 11 ,Macbook and more will be discussed at WWDC 17.

The Neural Engine would allow Apple to offload those processes onto a discreet module, freeing up the other chips and possibly improving battery life in the process.

Tests has  already begun.Apple is in rush to compete with Amazon Alexa Google Assistant.


How to watch Apple’s streaming WWDC 2017 keynote

og   Apple confirming that it will again be streaming the event when it kicks off on June 5th. From 10am PT for what will probably last around two hours.

Apple may  San Jose, CA event is expected to see iOS 11 break cover, in addition to macOS 10.13. Just 15 days are left for Apple WWDC 17 .

WWDC 2017 keynote, you’ve got a few options. It’ll work on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 7.0 or later, or alternatively on a Mac with Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later. PC users will be able to watch it using Microsoft Edge on Windows 10.


Nokia and Apple settle patent dispute

Nokia and Apple announced today that they have settled all litigation related to their intellectual property dispute and agreed a multi-year patent license. The fight has finally come to an end.

According to the agreement Nokia will provide certain network infrastructure product and services to Apple. Apple will resume carrying Nokia digital health products (formerly under the Withings brand) in Apple retail and online stores, and Apple and Nokia are exploring future collaboration in digital health initiatives.

Nokia intends to provide a comprehensive update of its capital structure optimization program in conjunction with its third quarter 2017 results.


Apple Begins iPhone Assembly In India

iphone-1737510_960_720 Apple has completed its first trial run assembly of the iPhone SE in India—a key step to getting a foothold in a market that has been elusive for the company.

The company wants to take on competitor Samsung, which has dominated the ranks in recent years, with the rest of the top five monopolized by Chinese brands like Xiaomi, Oppo, Lenovo and Vivo.

India is the world’s fastest growing smartphone market, having recently surpassed the U.S. And the Indian market is expected to generate about one billion smartphone sales over the next half-decade.

While Apple has seen some growth in the country, it’s been difficult in a market where the average phone runs $150. With that in mind, the four-inch SE is Apple’s least expensive model, running $399 in the States. Some retailers in the country have managed to undercut the cost, lowering the entry level price by around $80. But that’s still significantly more expensive than most, which is why the SE hasn’t made quite the splash Apple was hoping for in the country.

Yet despite India’s rapid growth, there is not much actual manufacturing occurring there, with recent numbers showing domestic manufacturing and assembly at around six-percent in the country.