Apple Announces 'Do Not Disturb' Mode For Drivers

But, hold your horses as iOS 11 is still in its beta stage.

You can now see a list of which apps need attention, split into lists of those with updates available and those without, so now it's time to fix them. It's a sad day for iPhones running 32-bit processors such as the iPhone 5 and the 5C, as Apple ended their OS support for the latest version of iOS. iOS 11 compatible handsets are the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE and iPhone 5s.

Apart from this, a big change that Apple brought was the redesigned App Store in the iOS 11.

A new feature is heading to Apple's iOS 11 to try and curb distracted driving, known simply as "Do Not Disturb While Driving".

Though Apple did not mention anything about this matter since its Worldwide Developers Conference started Monday, a supposed testing activity before WWDC kicked off rendered 32-bit apps momentarily unsearchable on App Store.

Apple has confirmed that its iOS 11 operating system, launched at WWDC on Monday, won't be available for the iPhone 5, iPhone 5C or iPad 4 when it rolls out later this year.

Warning messages went from subtle to becoming very direct in saying that the outdated apps will stop working on the iOS 11 and later versions of Apple's mobile software.

The decision to remove support for 32-bit shouldn't come as a surprise for many, though. So apps which have yet not embarked on the 64-bit format, would be useless in the coming days.

If an app has been delisted, hasn't been updated in years, or if the developer itself has said there are no plans to update it, then you might need to find something to take its place.

In addition to the warning upon opening an app, iOS 10.3 can show you a list of all affected apps that are now installed. The app compatibility section will appear. iOS 11 is only compatible with devices which incorporated the A7 chip and higher.

According to a report on The Next Web, Apple is adding GIF support directly into the official Photos app.

The message asks the user whether they would like to share the password.

  • Arturo Norris