iOS 10 was recently released a couple of months ago, but talks about iOS 11 have already started surfacing. What else could consumers expect with yet another major overhaul for Apple's mobile devices?
In fact, things are getting so fast that a jailbreak tool for iOS10 hasn't been released and yet, iOS 11 have already been a word of mouth.
Based on the information gathered by the folks from MacWorld, the iOS 11 is going to be public by September 2017 while the official announcement may fall in June 2017. Rumours have it that the unveiling will happen at the annual WWDC, where Apple regularly invites developers to be part of the iOS development workshops.
As for which devices will be supported, data indicates that iPhone 4S and below wouldn't be supported anymore and will only be available for later versions. For regular iPads, the 4th version will be supported up to the latest and the iPad Mini 2 up to the later version is also going to be covered.
One of the most talked about feature of the iOS 11 is the Finger-detecting dynamic keyboard, which Apple just got the patent for already. This will allow the users to use the screen as a keyboard in a more convenient way that automatically adjusts with the users' hand position.
There are also some rumours regarding Siri and about her tone. Most find Apple's virtual assistant too robotic and this might be fixed with the 11th version of the mobile operating system. Other features include the much requested Dark Mode, Contact Availability Status, Improved Customisation, Smart Wi-Fi and much more.