Apple has just rolled out the much-anticipated iOS 17.0.3 update, primarily aimed at addressing the overheating concerns that have been discussed among iPhone users this week. Apple promptly responded to the issue, attributing it to software bugs rather than any design flaws with the iPhone 15 Pro.
Apple introduced Roadside Assistance via Satellite during its iPhone 15 launch event. This feature, an extension of Emergency SOS via satellite, can help iPhone users in emergencies when there is no cellular or Wi-Fi signal.
Apple is actively addressing overheating complaints from iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro users with an upcoming iOS 17 software update. Contrary to initial speculation, Apple has confirmed that the new titanium design of the iPhone 15 Pro is not responsible for the overheating issues.
Apple has just rolled out its highly-anticipated iOS 17 update, and it's packed with a plethora of new features and enhancements designed to elevate the iPhone experience. After an extensive beta testing period, the final public version of iOS 17 is now available for compatible devices, promising to take Apple devices to the next level in terms of customization, social interaction, and intelligence. Here are some highlights of iOS 17:
Now that iOS 17 has been released, iPhone owners can update to enjoy a long list of enhanced and new features. Three older devices, the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X cannot install the update and will stay at iOS 16 indefinitely.
Here is the complete list of Apple devices compatible with iOS 17: