iOS 17 Overview
We’re still months from the June divulging of the iOS 17 working framework, yet we know a restricted measure of data about the update since Apple is as of now dealing with the product.
Sadly, iOS 17 will have less significant changes than Apple had initially arranged on the grounds that Apple has expected to move a great deal of its concentration to the AR/VR headset that is sending off this year.
As per Bloomberg’s Imprint Gurman, Mac engineers have been zeroing in more on the headset and its xrOS working framework, concentrating on iOS 17 and iPadOS 17. Hence, we can expect less new elements than we found in iOS 16, which brought huge plan and usefulness refreshes.
iOS 17 Features
Support for the Mixed Reality Headset
Apple’s AR/VR headset will work all alone and will have its own Application Store, however there will probably be some degree of joining between the headset and the iPhone, regardless of whether it’s restricted to Handoff.
All of Apple’s products interact with one another in various ways, and so we are expecting new headset-related features in iOS 17
At the 2022 Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple provided a preview of a new CarPlay experience that has deeper integration with vehicles, allowing for car functions like volume and the radio to be controlled through CarPlay
Apple also plans to add widgets and support for multiple displays. The first vehicles with next-generation CarPlay integration are set to come in late 2023, which means that support will likely be built into iOS 17 or an iOS 17 update.
iOS 17 Release Date
iOS 17 will be previewed at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June 2023. After WWDC, iOS 17 will be made available to developers for testing purposes, with a public beta likely to come out sometime in July. Following the beta testing period, iOS 17 will see a launch in September 2023 alongside new iPhones.