iOS 17 Expected to Bring Interactive Widgets and Enhanced Features

Apple‘s upcoming iOS 17 update, expected to be announced at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, has been the subject of various leaks and reports. According to Twitter user941@analyst941),, known for accurate leaks in the past, iOS 17 will be compatible with all iPhone models supporting iOS 16, including the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, and will come with improved performance, stability, and long-term support for older devices.

OS 17 Expected to Bring Interactive Widgets and Enhanced Features

The leak suggests that iOS 17 may feature major changes in the Control Center, including user interface improvements and customizations, as well as enhancements to the existing Dynamic Island feature aimed at boosting sales of the standard iPhone 15 models. Other expected updates include an improved always-on display, Focus Mode filters, notification changes, and additional options in the Settings app, such as a Custom Accessibility setting for users with specific needs.

One interesting rumour is that iOS 17 may introduce active and dynamic widgets, including one-tap buttons and sliders, although this is not confirmed. The leak also mentions possible enhancements to the Wallet app with more car implementations and CarKey improvements, as well as changes to the Health app, particularly in the ‘Favourites’ feature. The Search/Spotlight feature is also expected to see significant improvements in iOS 17.

Additionally, the leak mentions that iOS 17 will come with a plethora of ARKit API’s /frameworks, indicating a strong focus on augmented reality. However, contrary to recent reports, the leak suggests that the iPhone 15 Pro models will still retain capacitive/haptic volume, action, and power buttons.

As with any leaks and rumours, it’s important to take this information with a grain of salt until official announcements are made by Apple. Nonetheless, if these features do come to fruition, the iOS 17 update could bring exciting enhancements and improvements to Apple’s mobile operating system.

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