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iOS 17: on which iPhone to install the update ?

iOS 17 will be available in the final version in the fall of 2023 on the iPhone. Please note, all Apple models will not be compatible, since the OS will only be delivered to the terminals marketed from 2018.

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The version 17 of iOS is now available in the final version from all the holders of an iPhone, from the XR / XS / SE models of 2nd generation. A version that has news dedicated to messages, Siri or Airdrop, which are of course natively on the iPhone 15/15 pro now pre -order.

It is of course to be noted that Ipados 17 also made his debut. To install it, you have to hold at a minimum A 2nd generation iPad Pro 12.9, an iPad Pro 10.5, an iPad Pro 11 (first generation), an iPad Air from its 3rd generation, a classic iPad 6 or a 5th generation mini iPad. A third operating system, this time dedicated to connected watches, is now available: Watchos 10, usable from Watch Series 4.

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Each year, it’s the same catchphrase. During its keynote opening WWDC, a conference dedicated to its developers, Apple presents the new features of its mobile operating system. It is therefore iOS 17 which will naturally succeed iOS 16, available in final version on iPhone from fall 2023.

The OS is now offered to developers as part of the Apple Developer Program, which allows them to access new products in preview in order to adapt their apps to unpublished features. For the general public, the wait will be short: the apple promises an availability of iOS 17 in the form of beta from July. It will therefore be possible to take advantage of the system, with a few bugs or dysfunctions, non -final version requires.

Apple announces that only iPhone from the XS model will be eligible for upgrading. Understand that the terminals prior to 2018 (iPhone X, 8/8 plus and older) will not be able to enjoy iOS 17. Excluding encrypted series, remember that the first generation iPhone will also be deprived of update. The first smartphones under iOS 17 will only be the iPhone 15, expected next September.

News without a revolution

iOS 17 welcomes new features, but without major overhaul. There are improvements in messages, facetime and calls, including automatic transcription of messages on answering machine and other “vocals”, modernized stickers and a check-in function responsible for reassuring his loved ones. We also retain contact sheets enriched with photos, news related to Airdrop or a standby mode when the smartphone is placed on a dedicated foot. The user will also be able to challenge the assistant by saying “Siri”, and no more “Say Siri”.

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Update apps manually on your Apple device

You can deactivate automatic updates and update apps manually. You can also activate automatic updates so as not to have manually updated each app.

Update apps manually

On your iPhone or iPad, the apps you download on the App Store are automatically updated by default. However, in the event of a problem, you can manually update an app.

Update apps manually on your iPhone or iPad

An iPhone showing the button to update

  1. Open the App Store.
  2. Tap the icon of your profile at the top of the screen.
  3. Scroll the screen to display updates and pending version notes. Tap the update option that is next to an app to download the most recent version of this particular app. To do the same with all apps, touch everything.

Update apps manually on your Mac

A Mac displaying the updated page in the App Store

  1. Open the App Store.
  2. In the sidebar, click updates.
  3. Click on the update option that is next to an app to download the most recent version of this particular app. To do the same with all apps, click on everything.

If the app that you have downloaded from your Mac does not come from the App Store, contact its developer to get help regarding its update.

Update apps manually on your Apple Watch

  1. Open the App Store and scroll down the screen.
  2. Take into account.
  3. Touch updates.
  4. Tap the update option that is next to an app to download the most recent version of this particular app. To do the same with all apps, touch everything.

Activate or deactivate automatic updates

If you prefer to manually update all your apps, deactivate automatic updates. You will then receive notifications from the App Store each time an update is available for one of your apps.

Activate or deactivate automatic updates on your iPhone or iPad

An iPhone displaying the options of the App Store in Settings, including apps updates

  1. Access adjustments.
  2. Touch App Store.
  3. Activate or deactivate the apps update option.

Activate or deactivate automatic updates on your Mac

  1. Open the App Store.
  2. In the menu bar at the top of the screen, choose App Store> Settings or App Store> Preferences.
  3. Select or deselect the Automatic Updates option.

Activate or deactivate automatic updates on your Apple Watch

  1. Access Settings> App Store.
  2. Activate or deactivate the Automatic Updates option.

You can also open the Watch app on your iPhone, scroll through the App Store setting and touch, then activate or deactivate the Automatic Updates option.

Activate or deactivate automatic updates on your Apple TV HD or 4K

  1. Access Settings> Apps.
  2. Select or deselect the automatic update option.

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