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Upcoming iOS 17.2 Update Fixes iPhone Wireless Charging Bug in GM Cars

Πριν από το τέλος του τρέχοντος έτους, η Apple θα προωθήσει την iOS 17.2 σε συμβατά μοντέλα iPhone. Η Apple έχει ήδη αντλήσει ένα από την ενημέρωση, τη συλλογική λίστα αναπαραγωγής της Apple που θα επιτρέπει στους λογαριασμούς που εγκρίνετε να προσθέτουν μελωδίες σε μια λίστα αναπαραγωγής της Apple Music. Η ανησυχία της Apple είναι ό μερικοί άνθρωποι θα χρησιμοποιήσουν τη δυνατότητα για να επιδεινώσουν τους συνδρομητές της Apple Music, ανακατεύοντας τις λίστες αναπαραγωγής τους και προσθέτοντας απεχθή μελωδίες σε αυτές.
Apple will also add the Journal feature to the iPhone iOS 17.2 that allows users to keep a personal calendar on their device protected by Face ID or Touch ID. And another change, which I'm personally looking forward to, adds the Translate feature to the action button. A feature is coming iOS 17.2 will fix a problem caused in part by iOS 17.1.1. Since this update dropped, some iPhone users have been unable to use the wireless charger in their General Motors vehicles.
In the release notes for iOS 17.2 RC (release candidate), Apple wrote, “Fixes an issue that may prevent wireless charging in some vehicles.” While GM said The lip about three weeks ago, “We are aware of this concern and are investigating. There is nothing we can confirm at this point,” nothing in Apple's notes specifically mentions GM. However, it would certainly make sense that Apple is focusing on the problem with GM's wireless charging system.
The update to iOS 17.2 will probably be the last major update of the year and includes several improvements to the weather widgets. Another change will bring an improvement to AirDrop that will include "expanded contact sharing options and the ability to share boarding passes, movie tickets and other eligible passes by bringing two iPhones together." After installing the update, Qi2 wireless charging will be supported by the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 lines.

We should see the update arrive next week.


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