As we near June, when Apple typically announces the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has said that the update will boast several “nice to have” features, including several of users’ “most requested features.”
Codenamed “Dawn,” iOS 17 isn’t expected to include as many major improvements as iOS 16, which introduced the worthiness to customize the Lock Screen to indulge users to transpiration the squint of the stage and time with type styles and colour choices, add widgets, relocated notifications, and increasingly however, Gurman reports that the iOS 17 update may be increasingly significant than previously thought.
Gurman previously said that Apple had scaled when some features originally planned to be included with iOS 17, iPadOS 17 and macOS 14 to focus efforts instead on its upcoming mixed-reality headset, with the updates expected to see “fewer major changes than originally planned” as developers focus on the “xrOS operating system” for the new AR/MR wearable.
However, in this week’s edition of his weekly “Power On” newsletter, the Bloomberg journalist says despite Apple’s original plan to focus on fixing bugs and improving performance with iOS 17 rather than subtracting new features, the strategy has now changed, with the update bringing “nice to have” features, including several of users’ “most requested features,” although no remoter information was shared.
Apple is expected to signify the stage for its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) within the coming weeks, where the iPhone maker will show off the next major software updates coming later in the year for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac, with reports suggesting that the keynote could moreover see Apple unveil its much-anticipated AR/VR mixed-reality headset, which would be previewed superiority of its release in fall.The post iOS 17 to include ‘nice to have’ updates, including several ‘most requested features’ first appeared on The Apple Post.