iOS 11 is finally here, and the iPad Air 4 is the winner.
Apple announced the update for the iPad Pro and iPad Air 3 last week.
It comes with iOS 11.2.0, but also adds some new features, including a redesigned lockscreen.
The iPad Air has been out of production for years, and its successor, the iPad Mini, is on the way.
The Mini will be released in the second half of this year.
iOS 11 brings some new hardware features, but there are also some minor tweaks.iOS 11 introduces a new Notification Center, which shows your most recent notifications, and a redesigned lock screen.
The lock screen has been redesigned, too, and it offers a better lock experience.
In general, the changes in iOS 11 are minor.
The new lockscreen brings a more consistent design, but the lock screen is still largely unchanged from iOS 11’s predecessor.
There are also a couple of tweaks that are visible on the lockscreen, such as a small icon that shows a lock icon when you swipe up from the bottom of the screen.
There’s also a new notification bar that appears when you launch a notification.
It offers quick access to your most frequently-asked questions and notifications.iOS 10.3 also includes a redesigned emoji keyboard, with support for up to 50 emoji at a time.
It can also be used to type quick replies, but these aren’t the same emoji you can type with other apps on iOS 10.
The emoji keyboard also doesn’t work with emoji-only keyboards.
In the iOS 11 announcement, Apple said that it’s also working on an emoji keyboard that “will offer a better emoji experience with multiple keyboards.” iOS 11 will be available on iOS devices in September.