Apple’s upcoming iOS 17 update is set to bring a range of new features and improvements to iPhones and AirPods Pro. The release date for iOS 17 is scheduled for September 18th.
One of the notable features of the update is the ability for iPhone users to put their phones into standby mode while charging on its side, allowing it to function as a clock or display photos.
Another new feature is live voicemail screening, which enables users to read a transcript of a voicemail in real-time before deciding whether to answer the call.
FaceTime users will also have the option to project their calls to an AppleTV device, with the iPhone or iPad serving as the outgoing camera.
Additionally, iOS 17 introduces the NameDrop feature, allowing users to exchange contact information by simply holding their phones close to each other.
In terms of improvements for iPhones, FaceTime users will now be able to leave video messages if the recipient doesn’t answer, and there will be enhanced visual alerts for incoming calls from contacts.
The Autocorrect and predictive text features will also receive improvements. For AirPods Pro, the update introduces Adaptive Audio, which adjusts the volume of media and noise cancellation based on the user’s surroundings.
The Conversation Awareness mode will customize the volume of what’s playing and amplify voices in front of the user.
Additionally, users will be able to mute a microphone, media, or end a call directly from the AirPods.
Overall, iOS 17 brings a range of new features and enhancements to improve the user experience on iPhones and AirPods Pro.
This article was updated 1 month ago