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iOS 17.3 a quick peek at the upcoming update

Exploring iOS 17.3: Unveiling Exciting New Features and Enhancements

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After the recent release of iOS 17.2, it’s customary for Apple to follow up with a new beta version. True to form, Apple promptly rolled out the initial beta for iOS 17.3. While it’s too early to label it a major or minor update, the new features hint at something intriguing.

Predicting the exact release date for minor iOS updates is often tricky. However, based on our estimates, iOS 17.3 might make its debut sometime in late January or perhaps early February.

Currently, Apple has withdrawn the latest iOS 17.3 beta 2 due to a critical issue. iPhones with the Back Tap feature enabled were getting stuck in a boot-loop, regardless of whether Double Tap or Triple Tap was configured. This incident serves as a reminder that beta software can be unstable and lead to device issues.

If you find your device trapped in a boot-loop after updating to the problematic beta, the best course of action is to revert to a previous version, such as iOS 17.3 beta 1 or iOS 17.2.1. This is contingent upon having a recent backup to restore your data and apps—a practice you should always uphold.

iOS 17.3 is expected to introduce two new features:

1. Stolen Device Protection: Enhancing security measures for users by adding a feature to protect against device theft.

2. Collaborative Playlists on Apple Music: Making the music experience more social and interactive by allowing users to create playlists together on Apple Music.

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