iOS 17.2 has a special camera upgrade for iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max

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    With Apple’s iOS 17.2 update one step closer to release, we’re learning more about the new features that will be available on the iPhone with this software upgrade. And one of them is expected to increase the camera capabilities of both the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

    According to the release notes, iOS 17.2 offers “improved Telephoto camera focusing speed when capturing small faraway objects on iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.” The previously unknown function implies that the camera will be faster at focusing on distant objects, making it simpler to capture high-quality telephoto shots.

    This isn’t the only camera improvement coming in iOS 17.2. Users of the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will be able to record spatial footage for use on Apple’s future Apple Vision Pro headset thanks to a software update. That won’t mean much right now, but with the headset expected to be released in early 2024, it might be a useful feature for some people in the near future.

    Though iOS 17 was released in September, Apple hasn’t stopped updating its iPhone software, with the iOS 17.1 update in October providing bug fixes as well as upgrades to Apple Music and AirPlay. Apple’s iOS 17.2 update addresses a number of bugs, including wireless charging difficulties in some cars and other peculiarities encountered by the firm and its consumers in recent weeks.

    Apple’s new software will also bring the release of Journal, a new built-in iOS app that will allow you to keep a journal directly from your smartphone. Apple’s Journal contains a slew of useful features, such as iCloud Sync for syncing notes across devices and filters and bookmarks for quickly finding items you’ve already written about. The business verified in its release notes that journals may be locked using both Touch ID and Face ID.

    Other updates in iOS 17.2 include Qi2 wireless charging compatibility for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 13 devices, as well as better Messages security. Collaborative playlists in Music will not be included; Apple apparently removed the capability since iOS 17.2 due to spam and misuse concerns.

    A release candidate is now in the hands of developers, indicating that a complete release is on the way. We anticipate that the update will be available no later than next week. When it arrives, just go to Settings and select General -> Software Update to download the update to your iPhone.

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