The Control Center is a 3-page Quick Access tool that allows you to control the general features of your phone – found at the bottom of your screen. You’ll be able to navigate your phone far easier through the iOS 11’s enhanced Control Center. The Control Center on iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus is widely different from its predecessors. You’ll first notice its dark theme, and compact layout. By far the most radical change is that all of your access controls are found in the same place. Fortunately, Apple has allowed people to add whichever corresponding tiles they want to their Control Center. This is part of their push to add more personalization to their customer’s experience.
It’s very easy to add shortcut tiles into your iPhone’s Control Center in iOS 11. Simply, Access your Settings page and choose Control Center. At this stage you’re able to select and deselect whichever controls you want.
Some other aspects are unable to be removed. These include: Airplane Mode, Cellular Data, Personal Hotspot, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, AirDrop, AirPlay, Volume, Do Not Disturb, Rotation Lock, and the Music player.
You’re able to tinker with
Screen Recording – Alarm – Do Not Disturb While Driving – Notes – Accessibility Shortcuts – Apple TV Remote – Guided Access – Low Power Mode – Magnifier – Stopwatch – Text Size – Voice Memos – Wallet
With this guide, you’ll be able to customize your Control Center to your liking!