Since the iOS 11 update launched in the year 2017, there have not been any significant updates in the control center of the iPhone. It can be improved in the new OS update.
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Apple WWDC The event is going to start on June 5, which will run till June 9, 2023. The most special thing that will come in this event is the iOS 17 operating system (OS). This new version will add many new features to iPhones, which will make their performance even better. According to new reports, the Apple iOS 17 update will bring major changes to the Control Center of Apple devices.
Control Center for iPhones was first introduced with the iOS 7 update. At that time it could be accessed by swiping up from the bottom of the display. After this, changes were made in the Control Center in the iOS 11 update. Since then it was accessible by swiping down from the top right side of the display screen. Since then till now the control center in iPhones is working like this. And now it will be changed in the new update.
How will Control Center be in iOS 17 update?
iOS 17 can be a big change for iPhones. At present, no specific information has been received about the new OS update. However, it is expected that some such features will be added to the new operating system, which will support Apple’s reality headset.
With the new update, Apple can enable sideloading, through which users will be able to download apps that are not available in the App Store. Along with this, better features will be supported for the new generation car play in the latest OS.
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Which devices will run on iOS 17?
At present, Apple has not confirmed which devices the new iOS update will support. Although some reports have claimed that it will not be supported in some old iPhones. The names of iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are included in this list. On the other hand, the devices in which the iOS 16 update is working will also support iOS 17.
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