Apple is not only set to unveil its new iPhone, aiming to revolutionize the smartphone industry, but there will also be changes to the operating system, iOS 17, bringing several novelties and modifications to users’ experience.

However, the real change that’s generating buzz among the iPhone community is related to how phone calls are managed. Until now, hanging up a call on these devices was as simple as tapping the red “end call” button at the bottom of the screen.

Nevertheless, users need to brace themselves for a significant change in how they end their phone conversations. According to reports from beta testers and sources close to the company, with the implementation of iOS 17, Apple has decided to relocate the end call button, reducing its size and placing it to the side of other options instead of being the main button.

Instead of being situated in the center at the bottom of the screen, the end call button will move to the lower-right corner. This rearrangement means users will need to adjust to a new location for ending their calls. The modification not only involves the change in location but also a reordering of the layout of other options during a call.

In the current version of the operating system, iOS 16, users find the end call button alongside a series of options at the bottom of the screen. Among these are functions like mute, keypad, audio, add call, FaceTime, and contacts. However, with the arrival of iOS 17, the options grid will move to the bottom of the screen, and the end call button will take the place of the contacts button.

This interface change will likely cause some confusion among users accustomed to the traditional location of the end call button. It’s important to remember that adapting to new interfaces is an integral part of the technological process and can ultimately offer a more intuitive and efficient experience once users get used to the change.

The iOS 17 update won’t be limited to the call interface reorganization. Other changes and interesting features are also on the way. For instance, the “Journal” app, designed to help users manage stress and keep track of their activities and emotions. This feature will allow users to create personalized reminders and schedule notifications to prompt them to write in their personal journal.

iOS 17 is expected to launch in September, coinciding with the release of the highly anticipated iPhone 15. If you’re interested in knowing the cost of this device, you can find all the details in this link.

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