Apple showcased a number of new software and technologies in the World Wide Developers Conference being held in San Jose, California on June 5-9, 2017. During the WWDC keynote and first day's sessions, numerous iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra design features were announced.
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Visit Apple's website for information about iPad and iPhone iOS 11 features.
Educators: Some features that may be useful for students include the new Files app to help organize documents, improved multi-tasking with new split screen features, drag and drop between two apps, and scan and sign.
O&Ms: iOS 11 includes indoor maps (floor plans) of malls, airports and other locations and Apple Pay now has the option of paying friends with Messenger.
In the Summary of the WWDC 2017 Keynote blog, AppleVis discusses the top new features for iOS 11, macOS 10.13, watchOS4, iPad Pro, HomePod (Apple's upcoming Siri-powered home speaker) and new Macs.
Not much is available yet about accessibility features. BlindBargains shares a blog post, The Accessibility Features Mentioned On-Screen in the Apple Keynote That Were Not Talked About.
The video below is a 7 minute summary of the Keynote presentation.