Not entirely unexpected, Apple has unveiled iOS 17 during its WWDC presentation. In this update, we find improvements for contacts, messages, phone, and FaceTime.
We also have a brand-new app called Journal, which is a kind of diary app. Another new feature is Standby, which allows the iPhone to function as a smart screen when it’s charging and in a horizontal position.
AirDrop also receives a new feature called NameDrop, which is a new way to share contact information by simply tapping your phone with another iPhone or Apple Watch. AirDrop now works even if the devices involved in the transfer are no longer nearby, by simply transferring files over the internet.
The keyboard in iOS 17 is also expected to have better autocorrection using new algorithms that can anticipate what you’re going to type and learn how you write.