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List of Apple compatible devices for iOS 17 - See if your phone will be updated

Apple revealed the iOS 17 and here is the list of devices that will receive the update.
List of Apple compatible devices for iOS 17 - See if your phone will be updated
The features

iOS 17 unveiled, features and supported devices included!

First of all the new operating system comes with several mini improvements, while there's not much of a standout they should be useful for a lot of users in their regular activities on the phone.
Live Voicemail
Live Voicemail

Apple added Live Voicemail so users don't have to pick up when an unrecognized number is calling, the phone will instead do that for you and will show up the live scrolling text of what the person on the other end is saying. Meanwhile, calls that are tagged as "Spam" will be automatically declined.

Another feat is the Contact Posters, it is basically a customizable call screen where users can change how they like contacts to appear and select the best modifications like photos or Memoji, add captions and font colors.

If you want to share contact details, there's NameDrop which lets you transfer contacts seamlessly if you put iPhones or Apple Watch together. While SharePlay can easily let users share simultaneous music/video streams on two devices. It even has the capability to stream music to playback head unit via their owner's iPhone.

For FaceTime, the app now supports leaving audio and video message while the call version gets Video reactions such as hearts, balloons, fireworks, laser beams, rain, and more. Meanwhile, FaceTime allows you to make or take calls on Apple TV or begin a call on your iPhone and then transfer it to the TV.

A new feature in the iOS 17 is called the Journal app, as the name suggests, it is all about jotting down notes and giving personalized suggestions for your special moments based on photos, music, workouts, and more.

Meanwhile, the keyboard receives new AI-enhanced autocorrect, inline prediction, and a new speech recognition model. For iMessage, it has enhanced searching features with filters, a swipe-to-reply function, and the capability to transcribe voice messages, support real-time location updating in-app, and improved emojis and Live stickers.
The Check-In
The Check-In

Apple also includes Check-In, a security feature that notifies your friend or family member upon arriving at your destination.
The Check-In

StandBy, another feat that Apple included, it shows live activities in full screen, while Siri, it takes the feature to new heights by providing rich visual results that can be looked upon from a distance.

Speaking of Siri, it can be now activated by just saying "Siri" instead of mentioning first "Hey" which makes it a much-simplified activation.
Offline mode on Maps
Offline mode on Maps

Apple Maps, on the other hand, receives offline support so users can download a particular area and use them even without connecting to the internet.

Another highlight worth noting is the Safari browser gets better private protection, while the Health app can set new mental health features and lastly the Apple Music, comes with collaborative playlists that can permit you to enjoy with your folks.

Below is the full list of devices supported in the iOS 17 update:

iPhone 14
iPhone 14 Plus
iPhone 14 Pro
iPhone 14 Pro Max
iPhone 13
iPhone 13 mini
iPhone 13 Pro
iPhone 13 Pro Max
iPhone 12
iPhone 12 mini
iPhone 12 Pro
iPhone 12 Pro Max
iPhone 11
iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone XS
iPhone XS Max
iPhone XR
iPhone SE (2nd generation or later)

Unfortunately, the iPhone X from 2017 won't be updated anymore.

What do you guys think? Is your device included in the list? For more information, you may head to the source link below.

Source: Apple

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