Apple iOS 11 Is Incompatible With 32-Bit Apps

Apple's new mobile operating system now enables French, Chinese, Italian, English and German translations via the new Siri.

This comes after Apple's decision to end support for any applications or devices that use 32-bit processors.

The top new features of the iOS 11 include the changes made to iMessages as well as the launching of the latest Apple Pay. All in all, the new iOS 11 seems to be a pretty cool operating system, so we can't wait for it to roll out to devices.

Apple announced over 30 new iOS 11 features on stage at WWDC 2017 and we will see new iPhone 8 exclusive features arrive with the iOS 11 update this fall.

Users can also enable an auto-text response that they are driving or choose specific contacts who can break through the feature in the case of an important message. With new graphics capabilities, it can also support up to 18 core processors.

Apple's freshest update to its Mac OS concentrates on core technologies and improved innards with support for numerous VR technologies.

Apple is targeting distracted motorists with a new feature that will automatically block incoming iPhone notifications while you drive.

Combined with yesterday's items, this covers pretty much all of the stuff Apple announced last night. OneDrive integration with the Files app will make it easier for you to access your content from any Apple device and will provide a better file management experience on iOS for your personal and work OneDrive and SharePoint sites. Meanwhile, the App Store has been completely redesigned with Games, a new Today tab and Apps, PC Advisor reported.

iOS 11 was first shown off earlier this week, and it's available to developers now. This will also help keep large message thread storage in check without the need to delete threads all the time.