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The upcoming iOS 17.2 update introduces significant enhancements to enhance user experience, including a Journal app for mental health, collaborative music playlists for shared listening experiences, a new iMessage contact verification for increased security, a more intuitive Apple TV interface, and an option to disable inline predictions for keyboard use. These features promise to improve both the enjoyment and security of using compatible iPhones.

Rumors suggest that iOS 18 may undergo a refreshing redesign, possibly influenced by the unique visual aesthetics of Vision OS. While Apple’s systems share visual similarities, Vision OS, designed for spatial computing, stands out. It is speculated that iOS may adopt elements from Vision OS to create a more visually appealing experience.

iOS 17 has brought some new features, but it may also be affecting your battery life. Here are 7 battery-saving tips specifically for iOS 17 users, including setting an 80% charging limit, using USB-C to charge external devices, disabling AirDrop and NameDrop, managing screen distance, disabling “Hey Siri,” adjusting haptics settings, and considering alternatives to using your iPhone as a bedside clock. These tips can help prolong your iPhone’s battery life.