Apple is all set to announce iOS 17 at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in June this year. Before its announcement, a new tip MacRumors Control Center on iOS 17 is highlighted.
As of publication, iOS 17 will offer major changes to the Control Center on the iPhone. It is said to be one of the most major changes coming in the OS.
Unfortunately, there’s no information on the exact changes, but it looks like we’ll be getting a full fix eventually.
This could be because the Control Center will be 10 years old this year. The last time it received a design change was with iOS 11 and till now, it has remained almost the same.
But if the rumor is to be believed then get ready for a complete revamp.
However, Apple is yet to confirm this information, so take it with a pinch of salt.
Recently there was news that iOS 17 will end support for some iPhone models. These models may include the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
Furthermore, iPadOS 17 will end support for the first-gen iPad 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
Apart from this, iOS 17 is expected to bring several user-requested features. This news comes from journalist Mark Gurman.
“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 (the company has released Mac Not unlike the approach OS X took with Snow Leopard back in 2009). The hope was to avoid the problems of iOS 16, an ambitious update that suffered from missed deadlines and a patchy start. But later development The strategy changed in the process. 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. Gurman said on Twitter, “Don The codenamed software aims to test several of users’ most requested features.
Apple’s WWDC23 will start on June 5 and end on June 9. Apart from software, expect to see a lot more at the event.
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