Your Wait Is Over! iOS 17 Has Arrived 

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Today at 10 AM PST (5 PM GMT), the new iOS 17 release by Apple has finally arrived, and is available for download to a limited list of eligible devices. 

But let’s first explore whether your iPhone is eligible for the biggest software update of the year.  

Apple announced that models from the iPhone 11 to the iPhone 15 series, iPhone XS and XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone SE 2020 and 2022 edition are bestowed the honor of experiencing this update. So, if you own one of these devices, then you can eagerly wait till 10 pm.  

However, these models will miss the boat: iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. Unfortunately, your device, if it’s one of these, will not be part of this journey. 

Excited about the new enhancements? Well wait till you read  this headline: “Apple Rumors Mislead Customers with the iPhone 15 Battery Capacity” 

Of course, you may seem surprisingly shocked by the company that is famous for its accuracy  when it comes to  design and specs. Apple’s business success is rooted in its commitment to excellence, which extends to its products and branding. All these factors are the leading attributes that gifted the company its almost $3tn valuation.

We’ve already written the USB-C charger that made its way to the latest iPhone launch of the iPhone 15, mirroring a similar move with the iPhone 14 lineup. As per a recent report from the Japanese blog Mac Otakara, the iPhone 15 Pro models can achieve peak charging speeds of up to 27W when paired with a suitable USB-C power adapter. Surprisingly, this matches the maximum charging speed of the iPhone 14 Pro models, contrary to earlier rumors suggesting that the iPhone 15 Pro models might support charging speeds of up to 35W. 

The reason behind Apple’s decision not to increase the charging speed of the iPhone 15 Pro models remains unclear. But logically, it is plausible that the company is awaiting advancements in battery technology for the next generation before enhancing the charging speeds of its recently released iPhone 15 models.

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