New Delhi: Apple WWDC 2023: Apple organized its annual event on 6 June 2023. During this, Apple introduced its first Mixed Reality Apple Vision Pro. Apart from this, many new products like new Mac Studio, 15-inch MacBook Air have been launched with iOS 17 software version. With its new version, the company will give a good experience to the users.
The new iOS 17 software version will offer several special features including Journal app, offline maps, real-time translation of voicemails. At present, the new version has been introduced by the company, but its launch date has not been disclosed yet. It is expected that after the launch of iPhone 15, the new version will also be rolled out. Let us know which iPhones will be supported by iOS 17?
If we talk about the features of iOS 17, then this version will come with a new live voicemail feature including live transcription. Through this the user will be able to test the real time live translation of the recording. Apart from this, through iOS 17, iPhone users will get a new update to iMessages with search filters. Through this, the message can be replied to by simply swiping the text.
iOS 17 Key Features
- Will be able to use maps even in offline mode.
- Subject stickers can be made from any photo.
- You can also create live stickers using live motion photos.
- AirDrop will allow you to swap phone numbers with a new person.
- Apart from this, the email address can also be shared easily.
iPhones that will run iOS 17
The iOS 17 software introduced at Apple WWDC 2023 will come with the update for select iPhones. Let’s see the list of devices.
- iPhone XS
- iPhone XS Max
- iPhone XR
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 Pro Series
- iPhone 12 Series
- iPhone 12 Pro Series
- iPhone 13 Series
- iPhone 13 Pro Series
- iPhone 14 Series
- iPhone 14 Pro Series
iOS 17 update to not be available with these iPhones
It was said by Apple last year during 2022 that they will not release any update with their oldest iPhones. According to the company, devices such as the iPhone 6a, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone SE models, the second-generation iPad Air, iPod touch and the fourth-generation iPad mini will not receive any new updates from Apple.