I love the new control center in iOS 11 and how it gives me quick access to many more settings and features, but some of the connectivity toggles are just plain useless! Why is it that when I toggle bluetooth in the control center it doesn't actually turn it off, it just goes to "not connected"? This would make some kind of sense if it at least prevented connections, but even in this state as soon as I turned on my bluetooth earbuds they connected. So what's the point of this icon? If I really want to turn off bluetooth I have to go into settings, or turn on airplane mode, which is a step backward. That's what it was like before the control center was introduced in iOS 7! Similarly, I turn off personal hotspot in the control center, but then if I look for wifi networks on my iPad it still shows my phone's hotspot plain as day, and will connect if I tap it. Again, this is while hotspot is set to "off" on my phone. In fact, this is true even if I turn it off in settings. I don't know if other devices see it, but I literally can't get my iPad to not detect a hotspot coming from my iPhone. Is it just me? Am I missing something?