Apple iPhone operating system, iOS 17 may come with a few “great features” requested by users. The information was revealed by Mark Gurman, a journalist. Bloomberg and reliable source on topics from Gigante de Cupertino.
Old rumors indicated that the new software would be a “major update” focusing on bug fixes and performance but introducing a few new features. However, Apple changed its original plans and iOS 17 may contain “important news”.
Gurman mentions on Twitter that iOS 17 should have more new features for iPhone owners. However, they won’t be major innovations like the refreshed lock screen introduced in iOS 16.
supposedly, the new operating system should offer small functions that are constantly requested by users.. However, the journalist did not provide examples of what features could be added to the software.
According to Gürman, Apple doesn’t want to turn iOS 17 into an “ambitious update” like its predecessor. Launched in 2022, iOS 16 had a troubling development with missed deadlines and unfortunately reached the public with a large number of bugs.
WWDC 2023 announcements
Internal codename “Dawn” (Dawn, with free translation), iOS 17 should be announced during the WWDC 2023 developer event. Apple’s traditional conference is expected to take place in June.
Alongside software for iPhones, the brand is expected to showcase watchOS 10 for the Apple Watch and macOS 14 for Mac computers and laptops. Additionally, big tech should officially reveal mixed reality glasses and the xrOS operating system.
Gürman says that Apple’s headset was introduced internally to company executives at the Steve Jobs Theater last week. Therefore, the product should be introduced to the public at WWDC 2023.
Source: Tec Mundo
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