Apple is making final modifications to the new iOS 17 system in preparation for its launch this September.
Apple launched the eighth beta version of the update last week. According to what was reported by the American Bloomberg Agency , this version may be the last trial version of the system before the official launch.
Apple seeks to finally complete the development of iOS 17 in time to install it on the iPhone 15 phones that come off the assembly lines in production factories.
Unlike last year, Apple will release iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 simultaneously for iPhones and iPads.
Apple had launched iPadOS 16 at the end of October last year. That is, more than a month after the release of iOS 16, due to the development of the “Stage Manager” feature not being completed on time.
The American company is scheduled to launch new versions of its operating systems soon after the expected iPhone 15 unveiling conference, which will be held on the twelfth of this month.
Among the most important new features in iOS 17 are the ability to customize the call screen, convert voice mail to live text, easily share contacts, the StandBy feature to turn the iPhone into a display, and improvements to the Messages application, FaceTime, and other basic system applications.