With the release of iOS 17, Apple will let you install apps from third-party sources on your iPhone 22:13

iOS 17 may offer support for third-party app stores for iPhone. In this respect informs TechCrunch post citing prominent insider and Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman.

Previously, it was believed that in iOS 17, Apple will focus on optimizing the operating system and fixing bugs in previous versions. But now, according to Gürman, the development vector has changed.

According to an insider source, iOS 17, codenamed Dawn, will get “many of the most requested features.” While Gürman did not specify what it was about, he noted that the innovations would be “nice”.

TechCrunch believes that the changes the whistleblower mentioned are primarily related to the addition of the ability to install apps on iOS from third-party sources. According to the publication, Apple is required to do so to comply with the requirements of European law.

Formerly socialbites.ca Wrote that the media has learned about Apple’s problems with screen production for the iPhone 15. One of the contractors of the American company was unable to produce discrete matrices for Dynamic Island.

Source: Gazeta


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