New Apple Operating System Will Include 'Do Not Disturb While Driving' Feature

Posted June 11, 2017

The all-new feature is called "Do Not Disturb While Driving", and is part of the latest iPhone iOS 11 software upgrade.

On the WWDC stage, Apple unveiled the most awaited iOS 11 with a focus to turn iPad into desktop computers.

While Apple typically launches new iPhones shortly after its iOS updates, this year's phones are expected to be delayed past the usual release date in September.

Furthermore, another user named Dave Schukin revealed that the drag and drop feature for iPhone is coming with iOS 11.

Apple executive Craig Federighi made the announcement Monday at the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California.

The functionality is available up beside the Split View on the beta's Feedback menu, which makes it a multitasking feature.

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If the iPhone is connected to a auto via Bluetooth or a cable, or if the vehicle is moving, the "Do Not Disturb" feature can automatically mute notifications like text messages and news updates.

The iPhone screen will be locked to prevent drivers from using other apps while behind the wheel. Throw some FLACs in iCloud Drive or whatever and you can play them back directly on the device in Files.

Apple appears to be solving this problem in iOS 11. Another possibility here is that Apple may just be planning on expanding the features of the iPhone's NFC in order to work on its other first-party apps and services other than just Apple Pay, as pointed out by The Verge.

According to the document, applications will now be able to use the chip to "read tags to give users more information about their physical environment and the real-world objects in it".

The guys over at MacRumors have put together a video which shows the new design for Apple's App store in iOS 11, have a look at the video below.