iOS 17 to add support for ‘most requested’ features along with performance improvements: Mark Gurman
iOS 17, Apple’s upcoming software update for iPhone handsets, was previously leaked by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in January of this year. However, just about three months after predicting that the upcoming iOS version will focus on bug fixes and performance improvements, the analyst has suggested that the iOS 17 update could include new features beyond these improvements and adjustments. Gurman claims that the next major iOS update may also add support for some features that have been requested by many users.
In the latest edition of his Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says that Apple Originally set to work on iOS 17, it plans to call it a “tweaked release,” focusing on bug fixes and performance improvements rather than adding a bunch of new features. This is partly due to hiccups faced by the Cupertino, California-based iPhone maker with an iOS 16 update that added some new features but was stymied by a deadline and a head start. full of bugs that need a lot of updates to solve and fix. repair.
Gurman stated in news that Apple has decided to change its strategy during the development of the upcoming iOS 17 release. The update, codenamed Dawn, may have some features requested by many Apple customers.
The upcoming software update is expected to be demonstrated at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2023, around June. New features are expected on Apple’s latest operating system. Apple includes a next-generation CarPlay experience that supports deeper integration with vehicle functions like air conditioning and FM radio. Apple’s digital voice assistant, Siri, is also said to be dropping the trigger phrase “Hey Siri” in favor of just “Siri”.
Apple could also allow users to install and use alternative app stores, something the iPhone maker has been adamantly disallowed so far. Sideloading is an advantage that famous Android users mention as having an edge over Apple’s operating system. iOS 17 is also said to support the feature for Apple AR/VR . Headsetcurrently under development and could be demonstrated by the company in the coming months.
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