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The Calculator icon has changed from an abstract buttoned look to a miniature depiction of a desk calculator.
Many other of the system app icons have also received minor tweaks.
Rather than having two distinct interfaces that show notification banners, the two areas of the system now share very similar appearance and functionality.
In fact, if you pull down from the top of screen in i OS 11, it may at first be confusing.
i Tunes Store and App Store have completely new branding, whilst the Reminders and Notes icon have seen simplifying refinements.
Contacts now displays a man and a woman in its icon to improve gender representation.
You can enable these (or disable the default set) in Settings → Control Center → Customize Controls.
If you add enough custom shortcuts, the i Phone will not be able to fit everything on screen at once, and Control Center will become scrollable.
The new Cover Sheet uses your Lock Screen wallpaper and includes the same quick access to widgets and Camera as the real lock screen.
We’ll cover the deep i Pad-exclusive changes at the bottom of the page.
Like always, there are also a lot of things coming to both i Phone and i Pad.
Whilst the lock screen only displays recent banners, the Cover Sheet will always show the full list of notifications.
Whilst the unification was aimed at simplifying two related concepts of i OS, it is confusing to get to grips with.
There is even a brand new screen recording feature that saves everything you see on your i Phone or i Pad screen as a movie file to the Camera Roll.