Exclusive details about iOS 17

Apple introduced iOS 16 at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June 2022. This operating system came packed with improvements, both visual and functional. However, it is true that it has not been the most stable version in recent years. Sometimes the apps crash, sometimes the battery drains very quickly, the iPhone gets very hot, etc. It’s clear that sometimes it doesn’t feel like the experience you’d expect from a company like Apple, although it’s true that it’s gotten a lot better with iOS 16.3.

In any case, I am not writing this to talk about iOS 16, but about iOS 17. This will be the next version of iOS that Apple will launch, and the one that the new iPhone 15 will bring from the factory. . Today I want to tell you everything I know about this new operating system (codenamed Dawn). Let’s do it!

As far as I’m concerned, there won’t be many visual changes. This version of iOS will focus more on stability and efficiency. In addition, as Mark Gurman had already anticipated, there are fewer resources dedicated to its development due to the launch of Apple’s virtual reality glasses. However, that doesn’t mean there won’t be new features in iOS 17.

As far as I’m concerned, Apple is planning some changes to the Music app. I can’t share anything very specific, just that it will have to do with in-app navigation. There will be changes to the Mail app to simplify it a bit, improvements to Reminders and Files. Apple also plans minor changes to Fitness and Wallet (this may have to do with Apple Pay Later, but I can’t confirm anything). There will be important changes to the Home app and adjustments to the Find-My app.

There are some cool things about iOS 17. The first is a new app that supports AR/VR headsets. The concept will be similar to the Watch app, but with many more features. Apple could use this to promote this technology on the iPhone, but that’s just speculation.

On the other hand, there are several things in the iOS 17 code that could give us clues about iPhone 15. From what my sources see, iOS 17 will work on 6 models (iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max) with Dynamic Island, confirming that all four iPhone 15 models will abandon the notch.

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Another interesting fact is that according to the code, there will be two iPhone models that will support data transfer speeds similar to USB 3.2 technology, although there will be 4 models with a USB-C port. This is bad news for those hoping to buy the iPhone 15 or iPhone 15 Plus, as their transfer speeds will be similar to a Lightning port, even though they will use a USB-C port.

From what my sources can tell, it looks like the iPhone 15 Pro Max/Ultra will have improvements over the iPhone 15 Pro. It’s not just a bigger screen, but more advanced image processing software (although I doubt Apple make it public). On the other hand, it seems that the chip of this iPhone will have more freedom than the iPhone 15 Pro before it is limited by the software to avoid high temperatures, so I understand that the cooling system of the iPhone 15 Pro Max/Ultra will be better, although again, I highly doubt Apple will make it public.

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