iOS 11 brings a redesigned Control Center to iPhone or iPad. Read the tutorial to know more about the new Control Center and how to use Control Center in iOS 11.
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Although there are complaints about iOS 11 pointing out a few potential glitches, the latest iOS 11 is still worthy of a try because of the fascinating new functionalities. One of the biggest highlights of all features in iOS 11 we are going to talk about in this post is the redesigned Control Center. More apps and settings can be added to the Control center on iOS 11. Moreover, you are available to customize Control Center in iOS 11 as you like. No matter you’re using long-pressing or 3D Touching, the Quick Actions in iOS 11 Control Center are available. Wonder how to customize Control Center in iOS 11? Just read on.
Here are the default options in Control Center on iOS 11 that are not allowed to change.
Here are the lists of quick actions in Control Center on iOS 11 that allows you to add and arrange.
Step 1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Settings app.
Step 2. Scroll to the Control Center option and hit it.
Step 3. Enter Customize Controls. Here you can add and organize additional apps to appear in Control Center on iOS 11.
Step 4. Tap the “+” button next to any item you’d like to add under MORE CONTROLS. Under INCLUDE, tap, hold and slide the item to reorganize the apps in Control Center.
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