What is iOS 17?
- NameDrop: A new way to share your contact information with other iPhone users, using QR codes or NFC tags.
- StandBy: A new full-screen mode that displays useful information while your iPhone is charging, such as weather, news, Siri results, and live activities.
- FaceTime: A new option to leave audio or video messages when someone misses your call, and a new feature to react with your hands using augmented reality effects.
- Messages: A new catch-up button that lets you jump to the first unread message in a conversation, and a new option to swipe to reply to any message. You can also share or request locations with Check In, and turn your photos into stickers with Live Stickers.
- Journal: A new app that helps you capture and appreciate life’s moments, using photos, videos, notes, and maps.
- Interactive widgets: A new feature that lets you interact with widgets on your home screen or lock screen, such as changing music tracks, controlling podcasts, or checking the weather.
These are just some of the highlights of iOS 17.
What is iOS 17 hack?
- Get free in-app purchases for some apps and games
- Customize your home screen layout and icons
- Enable hidden features or settings
- Jailbreak your iPhone to gain full control over it
How to hack iOS 17?
- Enable the “Patch in-app purchases (try to make them free).
- Install or reinstall the app or game that you want to hack from appdb PRO or Cydia.
- Open the app or game and try to buy an in-app purchase that you want for free.
- When prompted to enter your Apple ID and password, press Cancel.
- Enjoy your free in-app purchase.
- Dark mode: A feature that changes the appearance of your iPhone to a dark theme, which may save battery life and reduce eye strain.
- Low data mode: A feature that reduces the amount of data that your iPhone uses when connected to cellular or Wi-Fi networks, which may save money and bandwidth.
- Back tap: A feature that lets you perform actions by tapping the back of your iPhone, such as taking a screenshot, launching an app, or activating Siri.
- Magnifier: A feature that lets you use your iPhone’s camera as a magnifying glass, which may help you see small details or read fine print.