Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman writes in the most recent issue of his Power On newsletter that iOS 17 was initially intended to be a version that was more concerned with performance and bug repairs than it was with new features.
The strategy, according to Gurman, diverged from the initial plan, and iOS 17 will now include several noteworthy new features.
According to Gurman, iOS 17 will include a number of “nice to have” features that are meant to satisfy some of the most popular user requests. Details regarding the features that are included, nevertheless, were not provided. The internal codename for iOS 17 is “Dawn.”
At WWDC in June, Apple will formally unveil iOS 17, as well as other significant OS releases like watchOS 10, tvOS 17, and macOS 14. Additionally, we anticipate that Apple will make its long-awaited headgear project, which will run ‘xrOS,’ official at WWDC.
The headset was internally demonstrated to Apple officials at Steve Jobs Theater last week, according to Gurman in today’s newsletter, another sign that the project is getting close to going public.