Hi there! I've been an avid Public Beta Tester for a year now and haven't regretted it, sending in dozens of reports. Using iOS 11 as a daily driver scares me away. And in a big way. Simply because I'm taking a lot of photos with my phone and enjoy doing so. Apple's announcement to shift from JPEG in photos to their proprietary HEIF-format is something that I find really troublesome. Until now it was a real ease-of-use to just plug in your phone to your PC, access the camera folder and drag and drop all the photos you wanted to edit to the PC. What good is all that when you can't edit the photos anywhere else but with Apple's photos app? Will there be an option to batch convert large amounts of photos in an export feature from Mac's Photos? What if you don't have a Mac? Will you have to share all the photos to yourself via e-mail just to get some watered down JPEG-files? After all, HEIF is already a lossy format, converting it down to another lossy JPEG-file won't improve image-quality in any respect. Since I have a big vacation coming up where I'll probably take hundreds of photos that will have to be edited afterwards (with apps other than Photos!), I'm unsure if I should install the public beta once it is out. Or to hold off of iOS 11 as long as humanly possible. So my question to developers with the beta installed after all the exposition: is there an option in iOS 11 to stick with JPEG for taking photos? Thanks in advance! Best regards, VSG Ps: I'm curious to see how this "feature" turns out but I'm pretty sure Apple will get a lot of heat from a lot of people who take photos with their iPhones. Sticking with a file format that will turn any option of editing a picture on something else than Apple's set of apps to edit (in the end) a lossy convert (JPEG) of a lossy convert (HEIF) of a picture (RAW) is really a downer.