Apple recently unveiled the beta version of its newest operating system, iOS 17.4, bringing a slew of changes and innovations to users around the world. While the majority of the updates are focused on the App Store and its related […]
Apple recently unveiled the beta version of its newest operating system, iOS 17.4, bringing a slew of changes and innovations to users around the world. While the majority of the updates are focused on the App Store and its related app ecosystem, there are also specific changes aimed at users in the European Union.
One significant change is the introduction of support for third-party apps, which is now available for the first time. This opens up new possibilities for users, allowing them to discover and use various apps that are not directly accessible through Apple’s platform.
Another important change relates to default browsers. The new iOS 17.4 version modifies the rules regarding default browsers, granting users more freedom to choose their preferred browser.
There are also enhancements in some of Apple’s key apps. The Apple Podcasts app now supports automatically generated transcripts, making it easier for users to follow the content. Additionally, the “Now Playing” section has undergone a redesign, and the “Listen Now” segment has been renamed to “Home.” Similar changes have been implemented in the Apple Music app.
Furthermore, Siri now has the ability to read messages in additional languages. This is a useful option for those who want to use Siri for communication in multiple languages.
The new iOS 17.4 version also brings several additional changes, including new emoji icons, stronger protection for stolen devices, and cosmetic modifications in Safari.
Apple continues to focus on enhancing the user experience and providing an increasing number of options and functionalities. With the release of the beta version for iOS 17.4, users can’t wait to try out the new innovations and improvements.