There will be some key components deferred to later versions iOS 17 likes 17.1 or 17.2 which are slated to be release on September 18 for iPhone XS and newer models. Apple Hub posted on X (formerly Twitter) that iOS 17.1 is expected to debut in the coming months, despite the company testing it internally.
A part of the iOS 17 release update on September 18 that won’t be available is the Journal app, which aims to provide iPhone users with a comprehensive platform for capturing their daily experiences and memories. As well as photos, music and audio recordings, the Journal app will also offer tailored suggestions based on the user’s recent activities.
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There will soon be a Collaborative Playlists feature for Apple Music users. As a result of this feature, which was not included in the September 18 update, multiple users can add, reorder, and delete songs in a shared playlist collaboratively. It’s a shift towards a more social and interactive experience with Apple Music.
The AirDrop service will also be enhanced in 2023. After the update, content will no longer be restricted to physical proximity when it is shared via AirDrop. Despite the fact that the devices may be out of range of AirDrop, transfers can still be completed over the internet as long as both sender and recipient are logged into an iCloud account.
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iOS 17 will have more features coming later in 2023, according to MacRumors, including the ability to react to messages using stickers via the Tapback menu and a catch-up arrow for group conversations in Messages.
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There are also intelligent PDF form detection features and a ‘Favourite Songs’ playlist in the Music app. According to MacRumors, Apple Fitness+ will also include the ‘Audio Focus’ feature, which lets users prioritize either the music or the trainer’s voice.
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