iOS 11 is a revolutionary update for the iPad, and if you have upgraded to iOS 11, you can follow the tricks shared below to get the most out of your device.
The redesigned, one-page Control Center of iOS 11 hides a trick up the sleeve. You will be able to get rid of the last four toggles to add extra controls. In the Control Center, you will be able to add screen recording feature, Apple TV remote, magnifier, accessibility shortcut, and many more. To do this, you need to go to Settings > Control Center, and then select Customize Controls. This will display a set of available controls. You can tap on the Plus button provided near to a control to add it to Control Center.
From the Customize Controls area, you can enable the Screen Recording control. After that, return to Control Center and tap on screen recording. This will display a three-second countdown. After the countdown, the status bar will turn red and screen recording will start. This is a very easy screen recording option without using any app or a Mac. This will also record your microphone. When finished recording, you can tap on the status bar located at the top of the screen and choose Stop from the alert box. The recording will be saved in the Photos app.
You might be a fan of Siri, but might not like talking to it when at work or when you are out in the public. In such cases, you can switch to a text only mode of Siri to type your queries. To switch to the typing mode, go to General, select Accessibility, choose Siri, and then turn on Type to Siri. If you wish to use your voice again, you will need to turn off this feature.
iOS 11 offers intelligent features that will help users save storage space. One such feature is the Automatically Offload Apps. To enable the feature, go to Settings, choose General, select iPhone Storage, and then tap on the Enable button that is located near to Automatically Offload Apps. When your iPad is running out of space, this feature will automatically delete the apps that you are not using, or have not used in a long time.