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What’s new to try on iPhone with iOS 17.1

Apple has released several interesting new features with the update iOS 17.1, which is worth trying on your iPhone. Especially if you have the most recent models, those of the 14 and 15 series: there are not only bug fixes but also new features that will make the user experience even more complete.

What’s new in iOS 17.1 to test on your iPhone

iOS 17.1 is available to everyone iPhones compatible with iOS 17starting from iPhone X e iPhone SE 2020 on. Among the most significant innovations we find the removal of distance limits AirDrop. This feature allows wireless data transfer between Apple devices, and now you can complete the copy even when the devices go out of range, using both Wi-Fi and mobile data connections.

The mode StandBy, which turns your phone into an information screen while charging in landscape mode, now offers new options. Users can choose to automatically turn off the screen afterwards 20 seconds or keep it on all the time. This feature comes for iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPhone 15 Pro e iPhone 15 Pro Max.

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For the models of the line 15iOS 17.1 features improvements to Side Action button. Thanks to the proximity sensor, the device can detect its placement in a pocket and prevent accidental activation of the button. You can still operate the button in your pocket, but it now requires a long press to activate the assigned function.

The Torch enable now shows an icon on iPhone devices with Dynamic Island, making it easier to recognize the status of the flashlight and simplify its use. A new feature allows users to select a specific album for randomly rotating images on the lock screen.

In addition to the new features, iOS 17.1 also includes software fixes for various problems reported by users. This includes a solution for a problem of burn-in del display reported by some owners of iPhone 15 Pro Maxas well as fixes for other bugs related to the search in Messages and for viewing images on the new iPhone 15.

As Multiplayer also reminds us, it must be said that iOS 17.1 non include l’app Journalannounced during WWDC in June.

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