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Leaked iOS 11 Gold Master reveals new wallpaper, Animoji, AirPods 2, True Tone Display and more

Leaked iOS 11 Gold Master reveals new wallpaper, Animoji, AirPods 2, True Tone Display and more
The leak of the iOS 11 Gold Master – the version of iOS that is about to be released along with the next generation of iPhones – brought forward all kinds of interesting details Saturday afternoon. We've already gone through several of them, and now we have some more including new Wallpapers coming to Apple's latest mobile OS build. Also coming to iOS 11 are Animoji. These are animated emoji that use your voice and reflect your facial expressions. For example, using the Face ID camera, you'll be able to create an animated image of poop emoji with your facial characteristics!

Another leak reveals that there will be a sequel to the wireless Bluetooth-connected AirPods. This is not a major upgrade with the biggest change taking place on the carrying case where the charging indicator will be moved to the outside of the case from the inside. This allows the user to check on the amount of battery life left on the AirPods 2 without having to open the case. The camera UI will offer different lighting effects to enhance portrait images. Just like Portrait Mode launched in beta last year, Portrait Lighting might do the same thing. This feature will support Contour Light, Natural Light, Stage Light, Stage Light Mono, and Studio Light.

Video resolution and capture speeds for iOS 11 will include:

  • 1080p HD at 240 fps 480 MB with 1080p HD at 240 fps
  • 4K at 24 fps (Footer) 270 MB with 4K at 24 fps (film style) (HEVC Footer) 135 MB with 4K at 24 fps (film style)
  • 4K at 60 fps (Footer) 450 MB with 4K at 60 fps (higher resolution, smoother) (HEVC Footer) 400 MB with 4K at 60 fps (higher resolution, smoother)

True Tone Display will be found on the iPhone X. Similar to the feature on the iPad Pro, this will allow the screen on your iPhone X to have a white display that matches the environment that the device is being used in.


Check out some of these new features by clicking on the slideshow below.


source: @FabienWannerOFF, 9to5Mac

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