Apple recently announced its latest iPhone 15 lineup, which has been the talk of the town among tech enthusiasts, and now, as per the promise, it is rolling out iOS 17 to a number of iPhones. It was disclosed at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) event in June 2023. The update has internally gone through beta testing and is now set for global installation. Undoubtedly, iOS 17 is a major update, bringing many new features and improvements to enhance the user’s experience.
Here’s The List Of iPhone Devices Who Are Eligible For iOS 17
- iPhone 14 lineup
- iPhone 13 lineup
- iPhone 12 lineup
- iPhone 11 lineup
- iPhone SE (2022)
- iPhone SE (2020)
- iPhone XS
- iPhone XS Max
- iPhone XR
Yes! The iPhone 15 lineup out of the box is powered by iOS 17.
What’s New With iOS 17
Through a major iOS 17 update, Apple has provided multiple features for convenience and to enhance the experience. But, the hottest part that iOS 17 includes is Contact Posters, NameDrop, which allows the users to share their contact details just by clicking two iPhones together, Check-In, StandBy, which helps activate the user’s iPhone while charging horizontally, the new Journal app, and many more.
However, the noticeable fact is that Apple, at the WWDC event, announced several new features unavailable. Meanwhile, it is revealed that other new features, for instance, the Journal app, Apple Music’s collaborative playlist, AirDrop improvements, and improved AutoFill in PDFs, will soon launch later this year.
How To Check iOS 17 Update On iPhone Device
The owners of iPhone devices mentioned above can easily check whether the update is available or not by just following the steps mentioned here: Settings >> General >> Software Update.