Apple’s iOS 17 revamps core apps | Engadget

    Apple has introduced iOS 17, and some of its most important changes revolve around fundamental apps. Incoming calls can now include custom posters for certain contacts, and you’ll get Google-style live transcripts. Messages, meanwhile, offers easier replies, audio message transcripts, in-line location info and a “check in” that automatically lets people know if you’ve arrived or are delayed. There’s a revamped sticker interface that lets you turn emojis into stickers, add effects and even add stickers to third-party apps.

    Sharing is easier, too. NameDrop lets you share contact details just by bringing your iPhone close to someone else’s device. You can share photos that way, too, and leave AirDrop transferring content even when you have to step away. A developer framework will expand access to sharing in other apps, too.

    Even typing is better. New AI modelling improves keyboard autocorrection, and you’ll see in-line predictions for what you’re writing. If there’s an unfamiliar word, iOS 17 will recognize it over time.

    And yes, rumors of a life journaling app are true. The new Journal app lets document how you’re feeling, complete with suggestions for writing prompts based on events like trips. Developers can tap into these suggestions.

    This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.

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