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  1. David
    October 8, 2017

    Why Apple Dev Team make the things super complicated on this New IOS 11, WIFI, Now shutdown the Iphone with 3 steps !
    Well, it’s also working in ONE STEP by pushing the power B & slide to close….

    This new IOS 11 is full of regression !!

    • John
      October 9, 2017

      I agree – this feature could be SO MUCH more useful if it was accessible from a shortcut on the Home Screen.

      I help “seniors’ with their iPads and it always surprises me that they think that turning the device off is done by closing the cover. They also charge the device in sleep mode or ful on. When I ask if they put fuel in their car with the engine running the penny seems to drop…

      • Louie
        October 9, 2017

        That depends on the person’s background. My parents are both over 65 but college educated, and they always knew that pressing the sleep/wake button, like the ipad smart cover, only turns off the screen not the whole device. They did have to be told to press and hold the button to completely turn off the device because that procedure isn’t obvious.

      • Intosh
        October 22, 2017

        No offense but you don’t know what you’re talking about. Turning off your mobile device is not something you need or would want to do regularly. Modern mobile devices are designed to be always on. They consume relatively small amount of battery while idle. 99% of people charge their mobile devices while in sleep mode or even while in use and that’s totally okay. That belief that you need to turn off completely your device before charging is so 1990’s thinking. And no, it’s not like a car. Very poor analogy.

        So there is nothing wrong with having the shutdown function in the settings since nobody shuts down their device every day, except weird people, some seniors or for unusual situations like buggy device.

    • Intosh
      October 22, 2017

      Why is it a regression since you have the choice of doing it either way? You don’t make sense. Now you can shut down your device even if the physical button is not working. That’s a plus. So you should take a moment to think about it before complaining.

  2. Fritzie
    October 8, 2017

    I’d like to know how to disable the constant notifications to upgrade to iOS 11 that I know will be starting on my phone soon!

    • Di Keller
      October 8, 2017

      Me too!!!

      I can’t believe all this to switch an appliance off Hahahaha!!

    • Damienn
      October 8, 2017

      Me too. Perhaps jailbraking it would fix this…?

    • Louie
      October 9, 2017

      While there is no way to permanently disable the update notifications, you can stop them for a while by deleting the update file. On ios 10, just go to settings>general>storage & icloud usage. Then look for the update and delete the file. This also works on ios 11, except now it is settings>general>iphone storage (or ipad storage) as the icloud storage manager has now been moved to the account section in settings.

  3. Lynn
    October 8, 2017

    I love this tip! Thank you! OSX Daily has consistently delivered some of my favorite “tips” — ever! Keep up the great work!

  4. Smokey
    October 8, 2017

    FYI:

    I have an iPhone 7 plus, with the current OS updates.

    I was just updating several apps. Something in one of them got hung up, and it never stopped ‘verifying’.

    When that happens, you can’t shut down the phone like this article suggests; the swipe action doesn’t do anything. But the power button still worked, so I’m my phone’s servant once again.

    (This is just for your info. I now return to my real life…

    …which isn’t much more interesting.)

  5. Serge
    October 9, 2017

    This should be done from the Control Center. Easier and faster.

    • QuattroGam3r
      October 9, 2017

      Nailed it! Especially since they now tout the CC to be customizable. Still waiting for the day they introduce Basic/Advanced settings.

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