Apple's release of iOS 17.3 marks a significant advancement in the world of mobile operating systems. The update, available for iPhone models starting from the iPhone 12 series, introduces a suite of features that not only enhance security but also enrich the overall user experience.
Stolen Device Protection is a security feature introduced in iOS 17.3 for the iPhone. In the event that your iPhone is stolen and the thief has obtained your passcode, Stolen Device Protection adds an extra layer of security.
Apple has released iOS 17.2, a significant update introducing the highly anticipated Journal app, among other notable features. This marks the second major update since the release of iOS 17.1 in late October. Following a series of beta tests, iOS 17.2 is now available for public installation on compatible iPhone models.
Today Apple rolled out the highly-anticipated iOS 17.1 update for iPhone, marking the biggest additions to device functionality since the launch of iOS 17. This update not only addresses bugs and security issues but also introduces several new features.
AirDrop now allows content to continue transferring over the internet, ensuring seamless sharing even when you're out of AirDrop range. This is a game-changer for those who frequently rely on this feature.
Google Photos now offers iPhone users the Locked Folder feature, previously exclusive to Android. This privacy-focused feature provides a secure space within the app, requiring iOS authentication such as Touch ID, Face ID, or a passcode for access.