We've made a roundup with the six best tips & tricks for your device running iOS 11.
#1 Correcting typos
When you're writing an e-mail or another message, you may make some typos. Instead of deleting the whole word and typing it again, you can just remove one letter and replace it. Do this by holding the spacebar and slide the little blue, vertical line to the place where you want to replace a letter.
#2 Saving files in the Files application
New in iOS 11 is the Files application, former iCloud Drive. Apple has improved iCloud Drive by giving you the possibility to log in to Dropbox, OneDrive and other cloud-services, so you have all files just in one app.
#3 Move multiple apps on your homescreen
It was very annoying in iOS 10 that when you wanted to completely reorganize a page, you had to move apps one by one. With iOS 11, you hold an app until it begins to wiggle, and then click other apps you want to move to another page too.
#4 Scanning QR-codes with the camera
When you see a QR-code which you want to scan, just take your iPhone and open the stock camera application. No need for a third-party app! The camera will give you a popup with the content of the QR-code, from where you can visit the website or read the text in Notes.
Try the QR-code below ;)
#5 Scanning a document to the Notes app
Also new in iOS 11: save a document to the Notes app by making a new note. Then click the + icon and select 'Scan documents.' This will open a special camera where you can choose between black/white, color and more options.
#6 SOS Emergency call
You probably won't use this feature a lot, but it's useful to know. When you're in an emergency case, click the power button of your iPhone five times. It will then call the emergency services and it will send a message, including your location, to your SOS contacts.