Apple on Monday announced a laundry list of new products and software upgrades, including the next version of its mobile OS, iOS 11.
Various executives took to the stage at WWDC 2017 and sped through announcements, highlighting key features iPhone and iPad users will gain later this year when iOS 11 is released.
Naturally, Apple didn't have enough time to go through every single feature coming to iOS 11. Thankfully, toward the end of the iOS 11 portion of the keynote, Apple displayed a slide that detailed more features.
There's a lot on the slide, but a few of the features are worth pointing out:
Arguably, the biggest feature Apple didn't discuss is the giving developers and users access to the NFC technology in iPhones.
Being able to touch the back of the iPhone to accessories and establish a Bluetooth connection, for example, is one benefit of NFC capabilities Android users have long had access to. With iOS 11, it appears Apple is finally allowing that to happen.
There's a lot more, of course, in iOS 11 than what's even on this slide. But until we get our hands on the public beta, which expected later this month, we don't know the true extent of new features.