Starting with iOS 11, apps would now have to have include the While Using the App option if they wanted to collection location data.
This unexpected behavior has developers, interface designers, reviewers, and security experts scratching their heads.
This is bad UI design for a number of reasons, but mostly because it might mislead users into believing they had deactivated their wi-fi and Bluetooth while both services remain on - something which shouldn't happen.
The iOS 11 Control Center looks great, but apparently, its buttons for the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth features do not work the way that most users would think they do. The iOS Control Center is a menu that appears when you swipe upwards from the bottom-center of the device.
iOS 11 comes with a pretty sweet array of augmented reality tricks.
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. With Apple software you can essentially drag anything and drop it anywhere on the screen of the iPad. Both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are both reactivated every time a device is restarted and at 5 a.m. local time-which Apple provides no specific explanation for. One of the sneaky features, we missed, like everyone else, was that in the new iOS 11 control center, the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi controls are not doing exactly what we think they do.
Although WiFi and Bluetooth can be switched off via the phone's settings, this just doesn't really seem all that practical to us.
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Furthermore, all of this is the intended behavior - it's a feature, not a bug.
It may have been one of the lesser-known 3D Touch gestures, but pressing on the left edge of the screen, brought up the multitasking view that lets you quickly flip through your recently-used apps.