New Delhi and the National Capital Region is one of the busiest and one of the most visited parts of the country.  The city is filled with a host of places that one can visit, from world-famous monuments and UNESCO world heritage sites; there is something on offer for everyone. But the city also boasts some places which are hugely overlooked by tourists and visitors. These places offer some amazing sights and scenery. Some of these are:



Akshardham Temple: A massive temple located in the heart of Delhi, it boasts of many cultural and spiritual activities that one can indulge in. It possesses a level of grandeur unmatched by any other place. The temple promotes the values and beliefs of Hinduism and also helps people understand the spirituality of the culture. The temple is visited very often by people, but yet somehow tourists still manage to look past that. The place also offers many cultural exhibitions and includes boat rides. Inside the temple is the AkshardhamMandir, the temple itself is 141 feet tall and 316 feet wide. The design is very traditional but the materials used are very modern, with the utilization of sandstone from Rajasthan and marble from Italy. It is a place worth a visit and one may also end up on the path of realization once they are enlightened from the aura of the temple.

Gandhi Smriti: A place often missed by tourists, this is the exact location where the great Mahatma was shot. As a gesture, the place is generally very silent and one can still feel the importance and weight of the actions of Gandhi. There is more than just a singular monument where one can pay their respects, there are rooms filled with photographs, sculptures and paintings that descript his story. There is also a multimedia film played daily which chronicles his life in great details and is worth a watch. It doesn’t matter if one is patriotic or not, one can still pay homage to one of the nation’s greatest leaders and a pioneer in our freedom movement.

Gurudwara Bangla Sahib: This Sikh temple was once the residence of the great Mirza Raja Jai Singh and hence this place is a very aptly named as Bangla Sahib. This is a temple of Zen and peace and one can feel the calmness in the walls of the place. Once one completes their pilgrimage and has found a sense of accomplishment they can receive the blessing from the Almighty in the form of a ‘Langar’ which is a common meal initiated by the Waheguru.

These are some of the sights in the NCR which often does not get the attention it deserves. They have a great story and history to tell, one can spend time admiring the places and admiring the riches. The next step should be to book your flights. For example, if you are from Mumbai, then look for Mumbai to Delhi flights schedule and book a flight as soon as possible. Delhi has a lot more to offer and one should wait for no further to explore this place. 

When we are discussing India, one thought that pops up is the sheer diversity and the intermingling of a multitude of cultures. This stark contrast is most visible when one notices the striking differences in culture, language and lifestyle. This huge distinction makes it a hard task to bridge these two cultures and the one link which everyone in the country can share is the Railways. 



The Indian Railways is one of the largest public transport networks in the world and carries over 8 billion passengers annually; while employing over 1.3 million people. This is why one can always relate to travelling by rail and what it means to them, regardless of where they are from.

Controlling such a vast country’s railway network through a singular organization would be disastrous. In the post-independence era of the 1950s, the government decided to divide the IR into 9 different regions for better control and smoother operation of the railways. These zones would function autonomously yet report to the IR, it would also have further sub-divisions and regional manager for easy working.  During the 2000s, the 9 regions were further split into 8 more regions, bringing it to a total of 17 railway zones in India.
   
South India and its railway network
The Southern Railways was one of the first 9 zones to be created. It was established on 14th April 1951, when the IR merged three state-owned railways, namely the Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, the South Indian Railway Company and the Mysore State Railway to form a single railway zone. Its origins, however, can be dated back to the times of the British rule, specifically in 1853 when the Great Southern India Railway Company was founded. It was the first zone to be formed, as the geographic and economic factors in this region facilitated easy integration of railway tracks. This relatively quick and straightforward amalgamation led to a fast streamlining and organizing the working pattern of the Southern Railway. These can be attributed to the fact that South Indians are an honest and hardworking people, and readily accept the terms and conditions set forth by the IR, when they first established the region.

The southern railway is headquartered in Chennai Central and is one of the most important zones of the IR.The Southern Railways consists of six divisions namely; Chennai, Salem, Palakkad, Thiruvananthapuram, Tiruchirapalli and Madurai. It covers the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Puducherry and parts of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

Each year an estimated 300 million people travel via Southern Railways every year. The special feature that separates SR from other zones is the fact that its revenue is derived from passengertraffic and not from carrying freight.

South India is filled with a myriad of scenery and colourful places, the backwaters of Kerala, the Nilgiri Hills in Tamil Nadu, and the Western Ghats are some of the places renowned for their beauty and scenery.  One can get on right away and proceed to train ticket booking and experience the culture and hospitality of the region.




Summer is around the corner, which means it’s time to kick your legs up and binge whatever movie or TV show strikes your fancy. Arriving just in time is Hulu’s list of additions for the month of June.
Topping the list of new additions is the arrival of the third season of Rick and Morty. The series revolves around a sociopathic genius and his grandson as they go on intergalactic adventures. If you’re a fan of animated series like Family Guy and The Simpsons, give Rick and Morty a shot, you won’t be disappointed.
Next up is one of the best trilogies of all time, The Lord of the Rings. The Fellowship of the Rings, The Two Towers and The Return of the King will all be available to stream during the month of June. Unless you are up for the task, I don’t suggest powering through them in one day—each movie is about three hours. I’d suggest spread them out; Peter Jackson’s magnum opus deserves your full attention.
Last up is a bit of a curveball. Paul Thomas Anderson’s Punch-Drunk Love starring Adam Sandler in what I believe is his best performance and the revelation that is Emily Watson deserves a viewing. Sandler portrays Barry Egan, a lonely marketer who is set-up with a pretty woman by his overbearing sister, only to be dragged into a blackmail web due to his habit of phone-sex calls.. Unfortunately it was lost in the shuffle of 2002, although it’s one of the most underrated films of all time.
Those were three suggestions I have for you, but Hulu’s list of additions is long ad full of worthy titles worth check out. The complete list is down below.
  • 1492: Conquest of Paradise (1992)
  • Days in the Valley (1996)
  • A Beautiful Mind (2001)
  • A Better Life (2011) (*Showtime)
  • Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004) (*Showtime)
  • Across the Universe (2007)
  • Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (1987)
  • Apollo 13 (1995)
  • Beer for My Horses (2008)
  • Bio-Dome (1996)
  • Blue Like Jazz (2012)
  • Boots on the Ground (2017)
  • Bowfinger (1999)
  • Brokeback Mountain (2005)
  • The Brothers Grimm (2005)
  • Burnt Offerings (1976)
  • Bull Durham (1988)
  • The Burbs (1989)
  • Chinese Box (1997)
  • Drive Me Crazy (1999)
  • Drop Zone (1994)
  • East is East (1999)
  • End of Days (1999)
  • Escape from Alcatraz (1979)
  • Event Horizon (1997)
  • The Eye (2005)
  • The Frozen Ground (2013)
  • Hard Rain (1998)
  • Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991)
  • Harsh Times (2005) (*Showtime)
  • Hellboy (2004)
  • The History Boys (2006)
  • House of D (2005)
  • I Am David (2004)
  • Inside (2018)
  • Into the West (1992)
  • Leprechaun (1993)
  • Leprechaun 2 (1994)
  • Leprechaun 3 (1995)
  • Leprechaun 4: In Space (1996)
  • Leprechaun 5: In the Hood (2000)
  • Leprechaun 6: Back 2 Tha Hood (2003)
  • Leprechaun: Origins (2014)
  • Life During Wartime (2009) (*Showtime)
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)
  • Lucky Break (2001) (*Showtime)
  • Margin Call (2011) (*Showtime)
  • Mindhunters (2004)
  • Mistrust (2018) (*Showtime)
  • Mrs McCutcheon (2017) (*Showtime)
  • Mutant Species (1995)
  • My Left Foot (1989)
  • Nanny Mcphee (2006)
  • Nurse 3D (2014)
  • Our Lady of the Assassins (2000) (*Showtime)
  • Panic (2000)
  • The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976)
  • Punch Drunk Love (2002)
  • The Quick and the Dead (1995)
  • Rare Birds (2002)
  • Religulous (2008)
  • Restoration (1995)
  • Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978)
  • The Running Man (1987)
  • Scary Movie 2 (2001)
  • Sleepwalkers (1992) (*Showtime)
  • Spawn (1997)
  • Stanley & Iris (1990)
  • Steel Magnolias (1989) (*Showtime)
  • The Sum of All Fears (2002) (*Showtime)
  • Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)
  • Swing Away (2016) (*Showtime)
  • Tamara (2006)
  • Trainspotting (1996)
  • The Triumph of Love (2001) (*Showtime)
  • Universal Soldier (1992)
  • Vantage Point (2008) (*Showtime)
  • We Blew It (2017)
  • Where the Skin Lies (2017)
  • Windwalker (1980)
  • Available June 2
  • 68 Kill (2017) (*Showtime)
  • Blade Runner 2049 (2017) (*HBO)
  • The Gunman (2015) (*Showtime)
  • Available June 3
  • Max 2: White House Hero (2017)
  • The Promise (2016) (*Showtime)
  • Stargate (1994)
  • Available June 5
  • The Bold Type: Season 2 Pre-Premiere (Freeform) (Watch The Bold Type season 2 premiere episode early exclusively on Hulu!)
  • My Hero Academia: Season 2 Part 2 (Dubbed) (Funimation)
  • So You Think You Can Dance: Season 15 Premiere (FOX)
  • Lions for Lambs (2007)
  • Available June 6
  • Gintama (2017)
  • Out of the Dark (2014)
  • Available June 7
  • Allure (2017)
  • Available June 8
  • Abandoned: Complete Season 1 (Viceland)
  • Black Market: Complete Season 1 (Viceland)
  • Black Market Dispatches: Complete Season 1 (Viceland)
  • Bong Appetit: Complete Seasons 1-2 (Viceland)
  • Cloak & Dagger: Series Premiere (Freeform)
  • Cyberwar: Complete Seasons 1-2 (Viceland)
  • The Four: Season 2 Premiere (FOX)
  • Flophouse: Complete Season 1 (Viceland)
  • Fuck That’s Delicious: Complete Seasons 1-2 (Viceland)
  • Gaycation: Complete Seasons 1-2 (Viceland)
  • Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia: Complete Seasons 1-2 (Viceland)
  • Hate Thy Neighbor: Complete Season 1 (Viceland)
  • Huang’s World: Complete Seasons 1-2 (Viceland)
  • Nashville: Season 6 Midseason Premiere (CMT)
  • Party Legends: Complete Seasons 1-2 (Viceland)
  • Weediquette: Complete Seasons 1-3 (Viceland)
  • What Would Diplo Do?: Complete Season 1 (Viceland)
  • Woman: Complete Season 1 (Viceland)
  • Available June 9
  • American Made (2017) (*HBO)
  • Pork Pie (2017) (*Showtime)
  • Precious (2008)
  • Simon Says (2006)
  • Available June 10
  • Ghost in the Shell (2017) (*Showtime)
  • Available June 12
  • Disney Fairy Tale Wedding: Series Premiere (Freeform)
  • Available June 13
  • Bad Blood (2016)
  • Available June 14
  • 24 Hours to Hell & Back: Series Premiere (FOX)
  • Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency: Complete Season 2 (BBC America)
  • Available June 15
  • Marlon: Season 2 Premiere (NBC)
  • 35 and Ticking (2011)
  • Breakup at a Wedding (2013)
  • Cabin Fever: Patient Zero (2014)
  • The Clintons: An American Odyssey (2012)
  • Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988)
  • The House October Build (2014)
  • The House October Built 2 (2017)
  • Hunstville (2017)
  • In Too Deep (1999)
  • Low Down (2014)
  • Middle of Nowhere (2010)
  • Nina (2016)
  • Playin’ For Love (2013)
  • Sirens (1993)
  • Smoke (1995)
  • So This is Christmas (2013)
  • Tell Them Anything You Want: A Portrait of Maurice Sendak (2009)
  • The Second Mother (2015)
  • Walking Out (2017) (*Showtime)
  • Available June 16
  • Silent Witness: Complete Seasons 10-21(BBC)
  • Baby Mama (2008)
  • Killing for Love (2017)
  • The Mountain Between Us (2017) (*HBO)
  • Rebel in the Rye (2017) (*Showtime)
  • Transformers: The Last Knight (2017)
  • Available June 17
  • Punisher: War Zone (2008)
  • Available June 18
  • Shades of Blue: Season 3 Premiere (NBC)
  • Available June 22
  • The Other Guy: Complete Season 1 (eOne)
  • Available June 23
  • Rick & Morty: Complete Season 3 (Adult Swim)
  • Curious George 3: Back to the Jungle (2015)
  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017) (*HBO)
  • Love Means Zero (2017) (*Showtime)
  • Available June 25
  • Ballet 422 (2014)
  • Available June 26
  • Shutter Island (2009)
  • Available June 27
  • Swan Princess 8 (2018)
  • The Thousand Faces of Dunjia (2017)
  • Available June 28
  • Cairo Time (2009) (*Showtime)
  • Available June 29
  • 10 x 10 (2018)
  • Available June 30
  • EuroTrump (2017)
  • IT (2017) (*HBO)
  • **Here’s what is leaving Hulu in June:
  • June 30
  • 30 Beats (2012)
  • 5 Days of War (2010)
  • A League of Their Own (1992)
  • A Simple Plan (1998)
  • Accepted (2006)
  • Agent (2017)
  • Alter (2017)
  • As I AM: The Life and Times of DJ AM (2015)
  • Bad News Bears (2005)
  • Basic Instincts (1992)
  • Billy the Kid (2013)
  • Cool Runnings (1993)
  • Death Becomes Her (1992)
  • Desperately Seeking Susan (1985)
  • Eye for an Eye (1996)
  • Fever (2017)
  • Home of the Brave (2006)
  • Horsemen (2009)
  • I’m Gonna Git You Sucka (1988)
  • Internal Affairs (1990)
  • Jane Eyre (1996)
  • K2 (1992)
  • Knock Knock (2015)
  • Ladybugs (1992)
  • Legionario (2017)
  • Life Stinks (1991)
  • Marathon Man (1976)
  • Married to the Mob (1988)
  • Mystery Team (2009)
  • Private Violence (2017)
  • Project Nim (2011)
  • Quigley Down Under (1990)
  • Roxanne (1987)
  • Shanghai Surprise (1986)
  • Small Soldiers (1998)
  • Snake Eyes (1998)
  • Spanglish (2004)
  • Stand Up Guys (2012)
  • Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002)
  • Stories We Tell (2014)
  • Superstar (1999)
  • Tenderness (2009)
  • Texas Killing Fields (2011)
  • Thunder Soul (2011)
  • Trading Mom (1994)
  • Up In Smoke (1978)
  • Uptown Girls (2003)
  • Wishmaster (1997)
  • Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies (1999)
  • Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell (2001)
  • Wishmaster 4: the Prophecy Fulfilled (2002)
  • Zodiac (2007)
  • Zombie Decadence 2 (2017)
Samsung and Apple have been going at it for a long time now. It started with the Galaxy S3 versus the iPhone 4S in 2011 (prior to this, Samsung’s phones weren’t very good), and seven years later, the battle is still raging on.
This year it’s the Galaxy S9 versus the iPhone X. Crowning a definitive winner between the two is easier said than done. That’s because both are arguably the best smartphones you can buy right now.
Beautiful display, check. Powerful processor, check. Gorgeous industrial design, check. Full-featured operating system, depending on your alliance, check.
So, how do you decide which one is the best? The answer is unsatisfying, but it comes down to personal taste. One person might go with the S9 while another will go with the iPhone X. Personally, I prefer the iPhone X.

It’d be easy to get into a spec rundown of why the iPhone X is better, but simply put, I enjoy using it more than any other phone. Some of the notable features that make the experience enjoyable include Face ID and iOS 11’s touch gestures.
Face ID is the easiest way to unlock a smartphone. Just look at your phone and it’s unlocked. iOS 11 may have some faults, but navigating through it with Apple’s new swipe gestures is the way touch displays were meant to be used. It’s just a fluid experience I miss anytime I use another device. The end experience I get the iPhone X is not one I’ve been able to replicate with another device, so I stick with Apple’s flagship.
This is not a knock on the Galaxy S9. I think it’s a great smartphone with its stunning design and variable aperture camera. It’s just not for me. If I was forced to use a smartphone and it was the S9, I’d be happily satisfied. Luckily I have a choice and I choose the iPhone X.
Jon Rettinger and Michael Fisher (aka Mr. Mobile) tried to answer the same question to the best of their abilities in the video above. Their opinions differ from mine, but I suspect so will many others.
The choice of your backpack is an important step in the preparation of your world tour. Your faithful companion will spend hundreds of hours on your shoulders during this trip.

In this file, we explain the criteria to take into account to choose the bag best suited to your way of traveling.
To help you find your bearings, we have compared in detail the models most frequently chosen by the Turdumondists. Best concealed carry backpack can be found here.

What extra bag for the day?

We often underestimate the weight gain of volume that can be obtained by choosing well its booster bag. For example, the classic 22-liter Quechua Escape bag weighs 502g and takes up a lot of space inside your big bag. It's way too heavy and too big.

Travel bag with a built-in removable accessory bag

Some big bags (Deter Traveler and Osprey Far point for example) have a small removable bag that is zipped in the big bag. It is very practical, it avoids having to find room in the big bag with each long trip. It can be detached quickly (in general) to get on a bus leaving the big in the cargo hold. 

The biggest disadvantage is that it takes the center of gravity away from your backpack, so it pulls over your shoulders. It also complicates a little access to the inside of the bag. 
Finally, it is usually quite small, closer to 10 liters than 20 liters and its weight is around 200 grams, which is not so heavy, but improbable.

Many travelers appreciate this solution, but Francis prefers to take a separate bag and buy a lighter travel bag without this option.

Backpack Or Bag With Wheels?

The answer may seem obvious, but some people still ask the question. The results of our survey show that almost all Turdumondists opt for a backpack.

During your journey, you will have to walk on unpaved roads and paths where it will be difficult to drag a trolley.

Abandon immediately the idea of taking a suitcase, even small. Are you a backpacker (in English), a mochilero (in Spanish), a backpacker (in French)? 
The backpack is your attribute!
Not only is it impossible, of course, to hike with a wheeled bag, but you will also be limited or inconvenienced by the means of transport that you will want to take. How will you get to take a motorcycle taxi in South East Asia? 

You will most certainly take tiny and crowded buses. You may have to sit on the floor in the middle aisle. You must be able to get on and off quickly and keep the people around you as much as possible.

Hiking backpack

For the French, hiking backpacks remain the norm. Of the Turdumondists, 88% of women and 97% of men choose this type of bag.

With their fighter look, they offer a good wearing comfort (especially for hiking), as well as many pockets, straps ... and, are lighter than sometimes more than a kilo compared to the suitcase backpacks. 
On the other hand, they are less accessible, which can, when your bag is your only wardrobe for a year, become quite frustrating in the long run.

François uses a hiking backpack (Quechua Easy fit ) which is cheap and especially light, only 1.75 kg.

Suitcase backpack

More common in Anglo-Saxon countries, suitcases (such as Quechua Escape, Deter Traveler and Osprey Far point for example) are an interesting alternative to the traditional hiking backpack. Among the Turdumondists, 12% of women and 3% of men choose this type of bag.

They are really designed for backpackers. They offer a large compartment that opens completely, like a suitcase, which allows much easier access to content. Even if they are a little less adventurous, they nevertheless offer a good wearing comfort. 
They can be used in trekking, even if the weight distribution is not as optimal as with a hiking bag and they are generally heavier. 

In addition, they often incorporate a small removable bag, which is zipped on the big bag.
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Apple on Thursday released the final version of iOS 11.3, which iPhone owners can download now as an over-the-air update. The newest software is Apple’s biggest release since iOS 11 launched last September, and includes new Animoji, and the option to disable Apple’s controversial power management features.
There are four new Animoji: a lion, bear, dragon, and skull. For those unfamiliar, Animoji turns users into animated characters by utilizing the iPhone X’s TrueDepth camera. Following Animoji’s arrival, the feature has become a phenomenon, even spawning a copycat from Samsung.
The most high profile feature in iOS 11.3 is Battery Health, which is being released in response to Apple’s slowdown controversy. The feature is designed to provide users with more information about their device’s battery, and the ability to turn off power management features entirely.
Apple began slowing down older iPhone models so they wouldn’t unexpectedly shutdown due to degraded batteries. While the idea behind the feature makes sense, Apple’s software was causing older devices to slow down. If you decide to disable Apple’s power management feature, you may notice a boost in performance, though Apple CEO Tim Cook recommends keeping the feature on.
iOS 11.3 also includes improvements to ARKit, Health Records, and more, though there’s still no word on when AirPlay 2 will be available. You can check out iOS 11.3’s full release notes down below. Significantly, neither Messages on iCloud or AirPlay 2 are available, meaning users will have to wait even longer to take advantage of these features.
In what’s becoming a familiar theme for Apple, iOS 11 still isn’t complete despite some features being announced last summer.

iOS 11.3 release notes

Augmented Reality
  • ARKit 1.5 allows developers to place virtual objects on vertical surfaces like walls and doors in addition to horizontal surfaces
  • Adds support for detecting and incorporating images like movie posters or artwork into AR experiences
  • Supports a higher resolution real-world camera view when using AR experiences
iPhone Battery Health (Beta)
  • Displays information on iPhone maximum battery capacity and peak performance capability
  • Indicates if the performance management feature that dynamically manages maximum performance to prevent unexpected shutdowns is on and includes the option to disable it
  • Recommends if a battery needs to be replaced
  • For more information on batteries and performance, visit this website: http://www.sliceyourlife.com/2018/03/galaxy-s9-plus-vs-oneplus-5t-detailed.html
iPad charge management
  • Maintains battery status when the iPad is plugged in for extended periods of time, such as when used in a kiosk or point-of-sale system, or stored in a charging cart.
Animoji
  • Four new Animoji available on the iPhone X: lion, bear, dragon and skull.
Privacy
  • When an Apple feature asks to use your personal information, an icon now appears with a link to access detailed information about how your data will be used and protected.
Business Chat (Beta) — US Only
  • Communicate with companies to easily ask questions, schedule appointments, and make purchases inside the built-in Messages app on iPhone and iPad
Health Records (Beta) — US Only
  • Access health records and view lab results, immunizations, and more in a consolidated timeline in the Health app
Apple Music
  • Provides a new experience in video clips, including a Revised Video Clips section featuring exclusive video playlists.
  • Find friends with similar tastes through Apple Music’s improved suggestions, which list the genres that the users and mutual friends follow.
News
  • The main titles now always appear first in “For You.”
  • Watch the best videos selected by News editors.
App Store
  • Four options now allow you to sort the customer reviews on the product pages: the most useful, the most favorable, the most critical or the most recent.
  • The Updates tab now shows the version of the app and the size of the file.
Safari
  • Promotes the protection of privacy by notifying usernames and passwords until they have been selected in a web form field.
  • Presents warnings in the smart search field when the user interacts with password entry forms or credit card data on unencrypted web pages.
  • Automatic filling of usernames and passwords is now available in apps’ web views.
  • By default, articles shared via Mail from Safari are now formatted using Reader mode, if the drive is available.
  • In Favorites, folders now have icons for the bookmarks they contain.
Keyboards
  • Adds two Shuangpin keyboard layouts.
  • Supports connected physical keyboards using Turkish F layout.
  • Improves Chinese and Japanese keyboards for better accessibility on devices with a 4.7-inch or 5.5-inch screen.
  • Allows you to return to the keyboard with a simple touch after the dictation.
  • Fixes a problem that could cause the capitalization of the first letter of some words by the automatic correction feature.
  • Fixes an issue on the iPad Pro that prevented the iPad Smart Keyboard from working after connecting to a captive Wi-Fi hotspot.
  • Fixes a problem that could cause undesirable activation of the digital layout on the Thai keyboard in landscape mode.
Accessibility
  • The App Store now supports accessibility options “Bold Text” and “Large Font” for customizing the display.
  • Smart Reversal now supports images on the web and in Mail messages.
  • Enhances the RTT experience and supports RTT service for T-Mobile.
  • Improves app selection on the iPad for VoiceOver users and selection control.
  • Corrects a problem with the incorrect description of the Bluetooth status icon and the Bluetooth icon by VoiceOver.
  • Fixes a problem that may prevent the end of call button from appearing in the Phone app when using VoiceOver.
  • Fixes an issue preventing access to an app’s built-in ranking with VoiceOver.
  • Fixes a problem that may cause distorted audio playback when using real-time listening.
Other Enhancements and Fixes
  • Supports AML technology, which provides more accurate location data to emergency services during an emergency call (in countries where this technology is available).
  • Supports software authentication, which provides developers with a new way to create and activate HomeKit-compatible accessories.
  • Podcasts now plays episodes with a single tap, and you can tap Details to learn more about each one.
  • Improves search performance for users with long notes in Contacts.
  • Improves the performance of Handoff and the universal clipboard when both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
  • Fixes a problem that may prevent incoming calls from activating the screen.
  • Fixes a problem that may prevent or prevent voicemail playback.
  • Fixes an issue that prevents opening a web link in Messages.
  • Fixes a problem that may prevent users from returning to Mail after previewing an attachment to a message.
  • Fixes a problem that could cause the deleted screen to reappear on the locked screen.
  • Fixes a problem that can cause the time and notifications to disappear on the locked screen.
  • Fixes an issue that prevents parents from using Face ID for approving purchase authorization requests.
  • Fixes a problem that could prevent updating of the current weather conditions in Weather.
  • Fixes a problem that could prevent the synchronization of contacts with a vehicle directory when connected via Bluetooth.
  • Fixes a problem that may prevent an audio app from playing content in a vehicle while it was in the background.