At least this isn’t a list of secret features. When published, they’re not much of a secret anymore. Regardless, Wil Gomez‘s list is the good ones that matter.
I’ve been running iOS 11 on an older iPad and iPhone for a few weeks. Last week, with the Golden Master version, I upgraded my new iPad Pro and iPhone 7 Plus. Other than a flurry of new application updates, it’s been a good upgrade with few gotchas, hiccups, or glitches.
I agree. There’s much to like in iOS 11. But consider this as a reason to upgrade.
The thing to remember about each new iOS update is that Apple makes your older iPhones and iPads work better. How’s that for a bargain that most Android devices cannot match?
In other words, you can buy a new iPhone or iPad and it gets better every year for four or five years.