Customize iPhone control center iOS 10, 11. Later you can remove screen mirroring from control center including your location services in iPad too. To customize control center, the new update of iOS 11 comes with great new features including a whole new control center. The old versions were cluttered with minimal quick controls and lots of hassles but the all-new iOS 11 provides a very fluent interface and a lot more quick controls saving battery and time.
The ios 11 is now available in iPhones 6 and above including the almighty iPhone X. The way to access control center is swiping up from the bottom of the screen in all the iPhones excluding the iPhone X as in that you need to swipe down from the right-hand top corner of the screen.
Earlier versions of ios didn’t have a customizable control center but with ios 11, for the 1st time, you can customize control center iOS 11 as per your own requirement. For example, now you can change the alignment of the quick setting buttons in the control center
So, on a final verdict
How to customize control center iOS 11:
1. Open Settings. Tap the Control Center option on the main list. Here you’ll find an option to allow Control Center access to apps. If you use Control Center most of the time, you’ll want to have this turned on. Otherwise, you’ll have to press the Home button to exit each app before you can access Control Center.
2. Next, click on Customize Controls. On the screen, you’ll see a list of the controls you can add to Control Center. To remove one from the list, tap the red minus button to the left of its name.
3. Add a control from More Controls list, tap the green plus button to the left of its name. To change the order of the buttons, tap and hold the three horizontal stripe icon to the right of each item, and then drag it into a position you like.
And this is how you customize control center, after the completion of this setup, you can swipe up from the bottom of the screen to have a look at your customized control center and you can customize your control center at anyway and anytime you like.
What all you can find in your control center in ios 11?
The inner layout of ios 11 comprises of settings you can’t change and settings you can,
Let’s go with the thing you can change that is you can add or remove:
- Screen recording: This is a new feature in iOS 11. Tap the Record button and it turns red and counts down from three, giving you time to close Control Center. Everything you do on your device screen is recording as a video file.
- Do Not Disturb While Driving: This feature is also new in iOS 11, here you enable this feature so your iPhone knows you’re driving and it won’t notify you for your calls or texts until you arrive and disable it.
- Apple TV Remote:The Apple TV has its own app that mimics the Siri Remote’s functions.
- Flashlight: Switches on the flashlight.
- Alarm: To set alarm.
- Camera: To open camera
- Timer: To start timer.
- Stopwatch: To start the stopwatch.
- Home: If you have HomeKit devices, add the Home button to your Control Center to control them.
- Low Power Mode: This can really save you battery life. Your iPhone will automatically offer to turn on Low Power Mode when you reach 20 percent battery life.
- Accessibility Shortcuts: Accessibility features like VoiceOver, Smart Invert, etc, can be switched by this.
- Guided Access: Guided Access can disable touch input to parts of the screen, the device’s hardware buttons, and more.
- Magnifier: Accessibility feature, using the Magnifier lets you zoom in on just a portion of the screen.
- Text Size: Control Center can also have a Text Size button.
- Notes: Add this button if you want a quick shortcut to the Notes app.
- Voice Memos: Add this button if you want a quick shortcut to the Voice Memos app!
- Wallet: Tap this button to launch the Wallet app
So, here comes the part where the things you can’t change :
- Airplane Mode: This disables the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and cellular receptors, which you need to do when travelling by air, although you can opt to turn Wi-Fi and Bluetooth back on manually.
- Cellular Data: This button has an antenna on it, and it’s green when enabled.
- Wi-Fi: This button is blue when Wi-Fi is enabled and grey when it’s turned off.
- Bluetooth: This button is blue when Bluetooth is enabled and grey when it’s turned off.
- AirDrop: TurnsAirDrop on and off. When AirDrop is on, it’s easy to send and receive files from nearby iOS devices over the air.
- Personal Hotspot: The button is revealed when you long-press or force-press the Wi-Fi module is Personal Hotspot, which creates a Wi-Fi network on your iPhone’s cellular connection.
- Music Module: If an app on your device is playing audio or video, you’ll find controls for it in a music module in Control Center.
- Rotation Lock: tap the rotation lock button to enable autorotation.
- Do Not Disturb: Tap this button to put your device in Do Not Disturb mode, which prevents notifications from lighting up your screen or making a sound while you’re trying to sleep or just take a break.
- Screen Mirroring: Tap this button to choose an Apple TV on the local network to mirror your screen to via AirPlay.
- Brightness: The brightness control is a vertical slider. You can swipe your finger up to increase the brightness, or down to decrease it.
- Volume: You can control your device volume, you can swipe your finger up to increase the volume or down to decrease it.