WI-Fi passwords are a pain. They’re hard to remember and are often too long or complex to easily tell someone. Luckily, Apple has finally made a way to easily share your Wi-Fi password with someone in iOS 11, the next major software update coming to the iPhone and iPad later this year. Here’s how it works: When someone needs the password to a network you’ve already logged into, you’ll be able to hold your Apple device near theirs and instantly transfer the password to them – no copy and pasting required! The feature also works with Macs running macOS High Sierra, the new Mac operating system Apple will release for free later this year. The only catch is that the two devices sharing passwords have to be unlocked. 7 iOS 11 features that are missing in Android Apple recently announced the latest version of its mobile operating system – iOS 11 – at its Worldwide Developers Conference 2017. For now, iOS 11 beta is only available as a beta to developers. The company highlighted several new features of iOS 11 at its WWDC 2017 keynote event. Although not everything was detailed, the new version of iOS has quite some functionalities over rival Android. Here are seven iOS 11 features that Android is yet to receive.