Some long-awaited iOS 11 features, which Apple had already promised in June 2017, have now gone on iPhone with the iOS 11.4 update. Aside from the fact that it's finally happening, there is not much new in iOS 11.4 as a whole, but there are a few things that you definitely want to know about.
Apple introduced iOS 11.4 as beta on April 11, 2018, and it went through six beta versions before it was released 57 days later on May 29. By comparison, iOS 11.4 has only a few significant features compared to iOS 11.3, which has more than 20 solid-feature features over its predecessor. And that's no surprise, as Apple is working hard to make iOS work smoothly, which will be a big part of iOS 1
. 1 News on iCloud is finally here
After almost eight months of waiting, Messages on iCloud has finally prevailed on Apple devices. On the iCloud Settings page, you can switch to News and then open the Messages app to see the greeting. In early betas of the feature, you would enable "News on iCloud" in the message settings. If you plan to use this feature to sync with your Mac, you must be running macOS 10.13.5 or later.
Another feature we've been waiting for for eight months is AirPlay 2. It has shown its face a few times before in previous betas, but it's finally here to go in iOS 11.4 to stay. s stable release. At the moment, AirPlay 2 only supports Apple TVs with tvOS 11.4 and HomePods, but may support compatible 3rd party speakers from companies like Sonos.
With Airplay 2, you can hear the same audio over multiple speakers throughout the house, transfer audio from one speaker to another, play audio in one room from another, and create stereo pairs with the HomePod. You can control the rooms in the Home app, through the Control Center and even to some extent with Siri (see next function!).
. 3 Siri plays Nice with AirPlay commands
Speaking of AirPlay 2: Siri can now initiate the game on compatible AirPlay 2 speakers and devices like Apple TV. For example, you can tell Siri "Play [Whatever] Podcast in the Living Room," and Siri will start playing right away. If an Apple TV is connected via HDMI-CEC, the TV will even turn on when it is off. You can also use Siri to start and control the playback of multiple rooms if you have more than one AirPlay 2 device.
4. The slow response of 3D Touch is fixed
This is not really a feature, but it is a critical correction that was necessary. A few days after the release of iOS 11.3 we discovered that 3D Touch no longer works on the home screen after unlocking the device. In most cases it would work after three or four seconds, but if you wanted to use it immediately on an app icon to see its quick actions, it would not work and put you in edit mode instead. This is finally fixed in iOS 11.4.
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6. USB Restricted Mode keeps your iPhone's data safe
This feature appeared briefly in a beta version of iOS 11.3, but was removed when the stable update was released, now it's back in iOS 11.4 for all. "USB Restricted Mode" is a behind-the-scenes feature that protects your data from hackers, thieves, If you do not unlock your iPhone with biometrics or an access code After this seven-day period, iOS limits the Lightning port to Charge Only for a seven-day period That is, if someone tries to connect their iPhone to their computer via a USB cable, they can only charge it, not use tools like Grayshift and Cellebrite to misuse the code or transfer data. This also applies if a computer is trustworthy in any period.
Other Improvements & Corrections
The things listed above are the biggest problem, but Apple has also fixed the following:  An error that would allow certain strings to crash messages.
There's ClassKit Education Support
One of the most important updates to iOS 11.4 is not even affecting iPhones. The ClassKit framework is for educational apps only, used in conjunction with the Schoolwork app on iPads in schools. Teachers can distribute and collect digital tasks, students and teachers can work more closely, and teachers can track progress.
If you have not gotten an iPad from school, you will never make it. Experience all the opportunities offered by ClassKit developers. Maybe someday Apple will only open these features to students, especially Share iPad, which has been a request from iPhone users for some time.
Currently these are the most important changes that appear in iOS 11.4. We will continue to search for additional features to add to the list. It's not worth mentioning that there are more bugfixes, as some of them have appeared in the betas, not before, but we'll certainly list all the major bug fixes as they become known.