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Apple will unveil iOS 17 and reveal the significant improvements that are coming to iPhones this autumn in just over a month. Additionally, some of Apple’s most well-known apps will be receiving a complete makeover, according to the most recent leak.
The Wallet and Health applications will appear very different in iOS 17 thanks to modifications disclosed by Analyst941 on Twitter, who has been on a rampage recently with WWDC leaks. The “concept renders,” which highlight a number of the new features, were “based exactly on what I was shown earlier today,” the leaker claimed.
This is the new home of the Wallet app in iOS 17.
• Swipe down to Search anywhere.
• Sorted tabs for everything.
• Apple Cash/Savings gets its own tab.
• New “All transactions” button.
• much more, not pictured 😬
Sharing more info soon pic.twitter.com/mUjTjUUrps
— 941 (@analyst941) April 28, 2023
The images begin with the Heath app’s redesigned Favorites page, which will now display a sequence of tiles with “colored graphs, tables, etc. filled with data inside each section” rather than a straightforward list. The Health app makes sense for both larger and smaller screens, and there are rumors that it will be available on watchOS 10 and iPadOS 17.
According to Analyst941, the Wallet app is undergoing a much more extensive revamp with a number of new features, including swipe to search, categorized tabs for credit cards and passes, a specific tab for Apple Cash, and “much more.” The app’s Home screen appears to be lot more neatly organized in the depiction, with menus and buttons facilitating smarter, easier navigation.
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Last but not least, Analyst941 also posts a screenshot of the new Wallpaper tab in Settings, which has a grid structure and “displays 9+ wallpapers at once” and allows you to quickly rearrange your favorites in a manner akin to the configurable Lock Screen interface. Additionally, sharing wallpapers and presumably Lock Screens with Apple Watch-like faces will be simple.
At the WWDC keynote on June 5, Apple will also introduce iPadOS 17, watchOS 10, and macOS 14. The launch of several new items is also anticipated, including the long-rumored AR headset and a 15-inch MacBook Air.