iOS 17 is already in its fifth beta, but just now a change from the first, released in June at WWDC, has gone viral. In the new operating system, Apple changed the location of the hang up button on the iPhoneamong other reformulations in the calls application.
In the new version of iOS, the red end call button moved from the center to the right corner, still at the bottom of the screen. Above it, in the middle of the display, users had two rows of icons: mute, keyboard, speaker, add, FaceTime and contacts.
The new interface moves everything to the bottom third of the screen, with “Shut Down” next to the others. Still, there are only five other buttons, according to images released, with the option to access contacts leaving.
Apple is modifying the calls application in iOS 17.Source: Reproduction
In addition to this redesign of the in-call interface, the operating system will receive new features such as contact posters, live voicemail and also FaceTime. The first shows photos of the person on the other end of the line. Precisely because of him the buttons went down from the middle to the bottom of the screen.
iOS 17 already has public beta available. The stable version of Apple’s mobile operating system should arrive in mid-September, at or near the launch of the iPhone 15 line.