Apple's new operating system iOS 11 is out today, meaning you will soon be able to update your iPhone to gain access to all its latest features.
Last week, Apple unveiled the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X smartphones, both of which will be running on its latest operating system.
iOS 11 has some major new features coming to the iPhone for the first time, such as phone-to-phone Apple Pay, a smarter Siri and a redesigned, customisable control centre.
Here are all the key things you need to know about iOS 11 ahead of its release next week.
When is iOS 11 released?
iOS 11 will be available to download from September 19 for existing iPhones. The iPhone 8 goes on general sale on September 22 and the iPhone X will be in stores from November 3, with both phones launching with iOS 11 software installed.
Apple's software updates are typically out at around 6pm UK time.
iOS 11 will be available on the trio of new iPhones and be compatible with the following models of iPhone, iPad and iPod.
- iPhone: 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, SE, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, X
- iPad: 5th generation (2017); Mini 2, 3 and 4; all Air models and all Pro Models
- iPod Touch: 6th generation (2015)
If you own an iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c you will not be able to get iOS 11. Apple is also dropping support for the 2012 iPad 4.
Peer-to-peer Apple Pay
iOS 11 will see peer-to-peer Apple pay coming to the iPhone, meaning you can easily send money through the phone's messaging app with a tap of Touch ID. This will only apply to the US at first, but the UK is likely to be one of the first countries to follow.
New-look control centre
Apple has redesigned the control centre for the iPhone, giving it a clearer, cleaner look. Users can now add more customisation and 3D Touch options as well.
Apple's SOS mode on the iPhone can be used to lock down the phone and sends messages for help. It is activated in settings.
ARKit and animoji
Apple's augmented reality developer kit ARKit will be available with iOS 11, bringing with it the potential for hundreds of games and apps. On the iPhone X it will also add animoji, animated faces that react by mirroring the user's own facial expressions.
Improved camera app
iOS 11's improved camera app can halve the size of photos for storage, adds new filters and improves live photos so users can create long exposure images or short video clips.
Do not disturb while driving
A new do not disturb mode can be activated automatically while driving and respond with messages to contacts, to tell them you will be in touch when you arrive.
Siri can now automatically translate languages for you, using voice control to ask it simple phrases.
How do I get iOS 11?
iOS 11 will be available on all devices from September 19 on the iPhone 5s and later models. When it is made available, simply go to Settings -> General -> Software Update.
Some developers have already had early access to iOS 11, by signing up to Apple's Beta programme.