iOS 17 will be unveiled on June 5 during the keynote address on the first day of Apple’s yearly Worldwide Developer Conference. (WWDC).
If you’re curious about what to anticipate from the forthcoming release, an anonymous source who leaked accurate information about the Dynamic Island last year has some information. With one exception, iOS 17 appears to be focused on performance and stability improvements, so don’t anticipate major changes.
According to reports, Apple will redesign the Control Center for the first time since its introduction ten years ago. The feature debuted with iOS 7 ten years ago, and received its most recent update with iOS 11, so it could use a fresh layer of paint.
Unfortunately, no specifics about the Control Center redesign have been given by the source. The Control Center, as you may know, is where iPhone users go to rapidly access controls for things like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, brightness, volume, and other system functions.