Apple iOS 17 update coming in June: Here’s what to expect from the latest iPhone software
Apple has announced to host its annual developer conference- WWDC on June 5 this year. The company is expected to officially introduce iOS 17 at the event. According to reports, Apple is planning to bring significant changes with the latest operating system. This could include sideloading apps, enhancements to the Wallet app and Find My App, etc.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple may focus on updates to core system apps with iOS 17. In ‘The MacRumors Show’ podcast, he said that Find My App would grow with a big push on location.
Furthermore, the Cupertino-based company plans to eventually allow iPhone users to sideload third-party apps. However, Gurman says the feature may be limited to Europe as a compliance measure with the Digital Markets Act. Also, offering apps through third-party services may require developers to pay additional fees.
According to reports, the codename of iOS 17 is ‘Dawn’. According to rumours, these features may not be mentioned during the WWDC keynote.
Apple has emphasized that this year’s WWDC is going to be particularly noteworthy. This is due to the anticipated unveiling of the company’s much-hyped augmented or virtual reality headset, which has been the subject of speculation and leaks for several years. Reports indicate that the company’s virtual reality headset is expected to be one of the highlights of the conference.