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Last Update: January 30, 2023, 09:20 AM IST
Cupertino-based tech giant Apple is reportedly working on its upcoming iOS 17 software update and other new updates. According to a report, the company is speeding up the development of iOS 17 and other new updates that will be released this year.
According to 9To5Mac, Apple has pushed for updates to some of its open-source documentation referencing iOS 17. Every year, the company begins adding references to upcoming iOS, macOS, and watchOS upgrades to its various open-source repositories.
Future versions are often referred to as “TBA” by the iPhone maker to hide their actual version numbers. The following operating systems are expected to be introduced at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June this year – iOS 17, macOS 14, watchOS 10, iPadOS 17 and tvOS 17.
The release of the company’s Reality Pro headset, which will give an entirely new operating system to the company’s lineup, is expected to coincide with the update this year.
However, the tech giant is yet to reveal the dates for the Worldwide Developers Conference and it is still unclear whether the conference will be a hybrid in-person and virtual event like last year or a completely in-person event, reports stated in.
According to GSMArena, the iOS 17 update will be released alongside the iPhone 15 series, most likely in September. Also, upcoming releases will focus on increasing stability and efficiency, and supporting Apple’s Reality Pro AR/VR headset.
“iOS 17 will have a new, dedicated app for headsets. It will reportedly be similar in concept to the Watch app, but with significantly more features.
Additionally, the Music app will reportedly see some changes, GSMArena reports. It looks like iOS 17 with Dynamic Island is built to run on six devices, two of which are already available, the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Now we can expect all the four upcoming iPhone 15 models to come with Apple’s most popular unique Dynamic Island feature.
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