iOS 17 | Alleged leak reveals changes to iPhone 15 apps and specifications

iOS 17 |  Alleged leak reveals changes to iPhone 15 apps and specifications

Details about iOS 17 leaked online and may have revealed some interesting changes to Apple’s software. The first information shows few visual changes, but a set of improvements in applications such as Music, Home, Mail and others. In addition, the technical specifications of the iPhone 15 were also exposed, giving a good idea of ​​what to expect from the company’s next cell phone.

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The leak is the result of LeaksApplePro, famous for successes in previous situations, and was published on the HowToiSolve website. iOS 17 is codenamed Dawn and is being designed to support the company’s augmented reality/virtual reality headset called Reality Pro. A dedicated app is likely to be introduced to allow device settings, in addition to customizing the user experience.

Apple Music is set to undergo major changes in terms of in-app navigation. Apparently, Apple intends to make it more user-friendly for those who are used to using streaming services, making occasional adjustments to the user experience.

Used to manage smart devices, Apple Home will also undergo a notable overhaul. It is not yet known everything that will be changed, but it is likely that the Cupertino giant will optimize connections with devices and facilitate management through cell phones. iOS 16.2 buggy the app for some users, which indicates that there is even intense work by developers.

According to LeaksApplePro, Mail, Reminders, Files, Fitness, Wallet and Buscar should also go through a store bath. The leak doesn’t include the changes for each of them, so it’s unclear what the purpose of the tweaks is.

iPhone 15 may have USB-C port

In addition to software changes, the leak of iOS 17 information may still have revealed specifications about the iPhone 15 series. The data points to the addition of Dynamic Island (Dynamic Island) in all cell phone models, including the traditional version. Currently, only iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max support on-premises alerts and activities.

Another addition that can make the user happy is support for USB-C input. The format is used in modern Android phones and allows you to use more common cables, without having to spend lots of money on Apple accessories, which can still break easily.

Unfortunately, it looks like only the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Ultra will support the faster USB 3.2 transfer speeds. The cheapest models in the series must adopt a common USB-C port, enabling charging, but with a drop in the quality of data transmission.

Those who are able to buy the iPhone 15 Ultra should still receive an exclusive software package, including an improved image processing system. This is perhaps an Apple strategy to give an extra incentive to those undecided between the Pro and Ultra models.

iOS 17 is already expected to bring little news to the iPhone, given Apple’s commitment to creating its AR / VR device. The next package of news should not represent as big a page turn as iOS 15 to iOS 16, for example.

Released at the end of last year, iOS 16 is still in its third update. iOS 16.3 arrived earlier this week with Apple ID key support and HomePod enhancements. There is still no release date for iOS 16.4, but it is likely to arrive in the first half of 2023.

Source: HowToiSolve