iOS 17 is all set to be presented on June 5 during the keynote on the first day of Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC).
If you were wondering what to expect from the upcoming release, an anonymous source who leaked accurate details about the Dynamic Island last year has some details. Apparently, iOS 17 will be focused on performance and stability improvements, so you shouldn’t expect huge changes, with one exception.
Current Control Center
Allegedly, the company will revamp the Control Center for the first time since its introduction – the feature made its debut with iOS 7 ten years ago, and got its latest look with iOS 11, so it definitely could do with a new coat of paint.
Unfortunately, the source hasn’t provided any specific details regarding this revamp of the Control Center. As you may know, the Control Center is where iPhone users go to quickly access controls to things such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, brightness, volume, and other system functions.