At Apple’s “Wonderlust” event, the Silicon Valley giant announced the release date for its upgraded operating system.
On September 18, Apple will release iOS 17, which will include new capabilities for a variety of iPhones, including the iPhone 15.
The upgrade affects all of the iPhone’s features, including the phone, texting, and applications.
Additionally, iOS 17 will add additional functions and modes to the iPhone and AirPods Pro.
Users of iPhones will be able to put their devices into standby mode as they charge on their side. The phone can run widgets, cycle through images, and act as a clock in this mode.
Live voicemail screening will also be a feature of the new update. With this function, a user can read a voicemail’s transcript in real time and choose whether or not to answer the call.
Users of FaceTime will be able to mirror their calls onto an AppleTV gadget. The incoming video will be displayed on the larger screen, while the iPhone or iPad will act as the outgoing camera.
In the event that the person they are contacting does not answer, FaceTime users will soon be able to leave video messages. Callers will be able to access all the different video effects that would be available during a successful FaceTime call, and the messages would function similarly to voicemails. Additionally, iOS 17 users can set the system to automatically mute incoming FaceTime calls from people they don’t know.
For people who use iPhones as phones, the phone app now has the ability to add new visual alerts to notify a user when a contact calls.
What aspects of AirPods will iOS 17 improve?
With the upgrade, the AirPod Pro will have Adaptive Audio. According on the user’s surroundings, the mode will adjust the media and noise canceling volumes.
Additionally, iOS 17 will have a Conversation Awareness mode that lets you adjust the level of what is playing while enhancing the voices of those around you.
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