Following the release of the iPhone 15 series models on Tuesday, Apple also pushed the iOS 17 RC version to developers and public beta users, which the content of the probability will be the same as the official version of the September 19 arrival.
In addition to what’s already in the beta, the RC version Apple is pushing out to developers today brings more than 20 new ringtones to the iPhone (including remastered versions of old ones), so you can choose new incoming calls, texts, notifications, or alert tones to your liking.
It is worth mentioning that the new ringtones have a more pronounced tactile feedback effect than before, and some of them sound more coherent and no longer have a noticeable pause like the previous ones when played repeatedly.
Aside from a ringtone for the iPhone X in 2017, this is the first time Apple has introduced a new ringtone since the release of iOS 7 in 2013. However, unlike in 2017, the new ringtone is available for all iOS 17-compatible iPhone models, meaning you can hear the new ringtone even if you don’t buy an iPhone 15.
Referring to the previous beta content, in iOS 17, Apple has added a new standby mode.
When the iPhone is placed horizontally while charging, the screen will display the clock, smart stack of widgets, Apple Home controls, weather, music controls, show special moments in photos and more.
In addition, iOS 17’s Phone App can customize the wallpaper while on a call with the ability to use photos or emojis, which can also be displayed when a third-party voice phone app comes in after developers support it through an adaptation.
Send from a distance makes it easier to share and connect with users around you, and share contact information via Business Card Drop. The keyboard has been enhanced to make text input faster and easier.
In addition, Apple has updated widgets, Safari Music, Spaced Play, and more in iOS 17.