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 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:
Apple has released the public beta version of iOS 17 and iPadOS 17, providing the general public with access to the highly anticipated software since its unveiling at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June. This release follows the availability of three beta versions exclusively for developers, with the public beta now featuring the same content as the third developer beta.
Users enrolled in Apple's beta testing program can download the updates by navigating to Settings -> General -> Software Update, and enabling the iOS 17 Public Beta option.
Apple has taken quick action to address multiple actively exploited security issues by releasing iOS 16.5.1, along with iPadOS 16.5.1, macOS Ventura 13.4.1, and watchOS 9.5.2. Although these updates seem to be minor point releases, they include critical security patches that should be installed immediately.