I love how Apple has gone about making the iPhone and iPad iOS 11.
This is the first major software update since the iPhone 5 and iPad 2 in 2011, and it’s going to be a huge one.
It’s also got some new features, some of which are worth pointing out.
The iPhone and iPhone X were released a year ago and while Apple has made some improvements, many things remain the same.
You still have to log in to iCloud, update your contacts, and you still have the default Settings app, which is what you get if you’re using iOS 11 on your iPhone or iPad.
It also comes with some new themes and features, like the ability to set a new color scheme for your lockscreen.
Apple also added some new things to the Settings app.
First off, the ability for the Settings screen to show icons instead of text.
If you want to use icons in the Settings icon bar, just tap the Settings button in the upper right corner of the app.
The icons will pop up in a new menu bar.
Tap on them to reveal a new icon in the sidebar.
Tap and hold on the new icon to see the settings menu.
There are three different types of settings available in the settings app: Notification Center, Lock Screen, and Health.
The Settings app has a new feature called General and the Settings menu now shows up in the General tab of the General pane.
If General is turned on, you can see which apps are in use in the app and whether you are in a contact or a call.
You can also set the notifications for those apps, whether they’re in the system or not.
This was a feature that was missing in iOS 11, and if you enabled it, apps like WhatsApp, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter would automatically show up in General.
While you’re in General, you’ll see an icon next to a Settings menu item.
This icon is called Notification Center.
If the Notification Center is open, you will see an app icon in Notification Center called App Notification Center (an icon you can turn off).
If you’re not in the Notification center, you won’t see an App Notification center icon.
You’ll also see an Icon notification in the status bar of the notification area.
The app icon for your notification center is a blue circle that’s located on the upper left corner of your screen.
You will also see a Notification Center icon when you open a notification in Notification center.
If you turn off Notification Center and turn on General, the icons will disappear from Notification Center so they won’t appear in Notification Bar or Notification Center bar.
You can now change the font for Notification Center when you’re out of Notification Center if you don’t want it to be italicized.
If that’s the case, you may also want to change the text size for Notification center and Notification Center text.
Another new feature that I haven’t mentioned yet is the ability of your locksettings app to hide or show icons.
If an app or widget shows an icon in notification center, the icon will disappear.
If a notification shows an Icon, the notification will be hidden or shown as if it was a notification from the app or in Notification bar.
If your lockscreens lock screen is set to show a lock icon, the lock icon will stay hidden, and a notification will appear when the lock is pressed.
If not, the Lock icon will show.
I’ve been using my iPhone X for about a week now and I’ve noticed that Apple has added some important improvements to the lockscreen of my iPhone.
The first is that the lockscreen will not show the number of the next app or notification when you tap the Home button.
Instead, it will show the next App.
You also can’t hide a notification by tapping the notification, but this is a small change.
Instead of tapping on the Home or Home button when you don the locksuit, you have to tap the icon next next to the lock.
This will show a small circle in Notification area of the locks screen.
This means that when you turn the locks on, the locks can be hidden.
If this doesn’t work for you, you just have to make sure that the icon is in Notification Area and you won the locks.
You should also make sure to turn off any notification that shows the next icon in notifications bar.
You may also need to tap on the lock to dismiss a notification.
The second change is that you can now customize your lock screen icons.
The lockscreen icon will be different depending on whether you have an iPhone X or an iPhone 8 Plus.
The icon for the lock will change depending on which iPhone you have.
If it’s an iPhone with a 5.5-inch screen, it’ll be the icon for a home button.
If its an iPhone 6 Plus, it won’t be.
You have to select the lock screen icon on your