iOS 17 is set to be a Bigger iPhone Update Than Initially Expected      

iOS 17 is set to be a bigger iPhone update than initially expected as apples VR headset will not after all be hindering the reported iOS 17 update.

iOS 17 is set to be a Bigger iPhone Update Than Initially Expected      

iOS 17 is set to be a Bigger iPhone Update Than Initially Expected      

Tech Company Apple is expected to debut its iOS 17 operating system in the latter parts of this year. And the latest news coming in from that end suggests that the new software update could be more substantial than initially thought.

Mark Gurman of Bloomberg prior to this had reported that the development of the Apple VR headset would lead to “fewer major changes” for the iOS 17. But the seasoned expert on apple products after the claim is now stating that the upcoming update will apparently provide the “most requested features” of many users.

Gurman’s Newsletter in Regards to iOS 17

“When Apple set out to develop iOS 17, the initial thinking was to call it a tuneup release – one focused more on fixing bugs and improving performance than adding new features,” Gurman in his latest newsletter wrote. “The hope was to avoid the problems of iOS 16, an ambitious update that suffered from missed deadlines and a buggy start. But later in the development process, the strategy changed.”

“The iOS 17 release is now expected to boast several ‘nice to have’ features, even if it lacks a tentpole improvement like last year’s revamped lock screen. The goal of the software, codenamed Dawn, is to check off several of users’ most requested features.”

It’s unlikely iOS 17 Will Introduce Any Major Overhauls

It’s very much unlikely that iOS 17 will introduce any significant and major overhauls to the experience of making use of the best iPhones according to Gurman since many of the high-hanging fruit-personalized iOS lockscreens, custom keyboards and many more has now been fulfilled in recent years by Apple.

The iOS 17 instead will more likely offer a host of significant updates to existing iPhone features and apps, such as CarPlay, Siri, and Messages.

And as for the things that we would like to see introduced with the iOS 17 update, such as calls for a redesigned Control Center, universal battery widgets and better picture-in-picture controls, and many more, hopefully, get answered.

Apple Is Set To Debut iOS 17‌ At Its Annual WWDC Developer Conference

Apple is all but certain to debut iOS 17‌ at its yearly WWDC developer conference stipulated to hold in June, with the reported update expected to start rolling out to users sometime in September, thus coinciding with the launch of the iPhone 15 line.



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