Apple revealed the next version of iOS, iOS 17, at WWDC 2023 last month. The Cupertino tech titan also made the iOS 17 Developer Beta available to everyone for free. The first Public Beta of iOS 17 is now available for general consumer testing. Check out the details down below.
Ios 17 Public Beta 1 is Here
Various features can be tried with the first Public Beta release of iOS 17. NameDrop, the “futuristic” AirDrop feature, is now accessible to the general public. You can share contact information and media by bringing two iPhones or an iPhone and an Apple Watch together.
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This functionality will also use SharePlay to distribute multimedia wirelessly. You can now set customisable Contact Posters on a per-contact basis in the Phone app. Furthermore, the fascinating Standby feature is now available to test on your iPhone.
This new feature will allow you to access specific glanceable information when the phone is placed horizontally in Standby Mode or wirelessly charging. You may utilize this feature to use your iPhone as a clock view mode, with numerous clock styles, live activities, incoming notifications, and many widget possibilities.
The lock screen and home screen customization in iOS 17 are getting more intuitive, with the opportunity to acquire quick access settings without launching the app. For example, you can turn your smart gadgets on and off by adding a custom widget to your home and lock screens.
Facetime now supports video messages thanks to iOS 17. If someone misses your call, you can leave a video message using this tool. The new Live Voicemail function in iOS 17 will assist you in deciding whether or not to pick up a call. This function will display a live transcript of a voicemail on your lock screen.
In addition, Safari now has the Private Browsing Lock feature, which allows you to share passwords and prevents tracking, Maps can now work offline, and the Photos app has additional AI-based capabilities.
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