iOS 11.2 Will Explain How Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Control Center Switches Work
Apple released earlier the third iOS 11.2 beta to developers and public testers alike, and it looks like this update implements a new feature to inform users on how the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth switches work in the Control Center.
As you know, the iOS 11 operating system revamped the way the Control Center looks and acts, making it more modern and easier to use, though the Internet went crazy when it was discovered that the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth switches aren’t actually switches.
If you’re not familiar with the matter, we’ll inform you now that when you press either the Wi-Fi or Bluetooth switches in Control Center it won’t turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth completely. And now, Apple implemented a pop-up dialog to inform users about that.
First look at the new Control Center informational pop-up of iOS 11.2
So when you update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iOS 11.2 next month, you’ll be prompted with the informational pop-up dialogs you see in the scree… (read more)
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