iOS 17 is scheduled to be unveiled during the keynote on June 5, the first day of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC). The big question, of course, is what to expect from Apple’s next mobile operating system. An anonymous source that released exact details about the Dynamic Island last year has now unearthed some details.
Apparently, Apple will primarily focus on performance and stability improvements with iOS 17. Therefore, in terms of design and visual style, don’t expect any major changes. According to the tip, however, there is an exception. Allegedly, the Californians will revamp the Control Center for the first time since its inception. The feature debuted ten years ago with iOS 7. The last new coat of paint came with iOS 11, but these were basically just design changes. A major, both optical and functional update is therefore long overdue.
Unfortunately, the source didn’t provide any specific details about the Control Center overhaul in iOS 17. For those of you wondering what we’re talking about here, the Control Center is where you can quickly access settings for things like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, brightness, volume, and other system functions on Apple phones.