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27 Mar, 2023
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According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman in his most recent Power On newsletter, iOS 17 was initially intended to prioritize bug fixes and performance improvements rather than new features.

According to a report by Mark Gurman, a technology journalist with a track record of accurately reporting on Apple's plans, the development of the operating system for the highly-anticipated Apple Reality headset was given higher priority over the development of new features for iOS 17, the next major version of Apple's mobile operating system. However, Gurman now claims that Apple has deviated from this strategy and that iOS 17 will include several notable new features.

While the specifics of these features were not reported, Gurman notes that they are intended to address some of the most frequently requested features from users. This is good news for Apple users who have been eagerly anticipating new features in iOS 17. Gurman also revealed that the internal codename for iOS 17 is reportedly 'Dawn'.

Apple is expected to announce iOS 17, along with other major OS versions like watchOS 10, tvOS 17, and macOS 14, at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. This is a highly anticipated event in the tech industry, as it provides developers with a glimpse into what Apple has planned for its software platforms.

In addition to the new versions of its operating systems, Apple is also expected to unveil its long-awaited headset project at WWDC. The headset, which is rumored to be a virtual and augmented reality device, will reportedly run on a new operating system called 'xrOS'.

Gurman's newsletter also revealed that the headset was internally demonstrated to Apple executives at the Steve Jobs Theater last week. This is another indication that the project is getting closer to its public debut, which is expected to happen at WWDC. Apple fans and tech enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating the unveiling of this new device, which has been in development for several years.