In about a month, Apple will be taking the wraps off iOS 17 and showing everyone the big changes coming to their iPhones this fall. And according to the latest leak, some of Apple’s most popular apps are getting a complete makeover.
Analyst941 on Twitter, who has shed a tear lately when it comes to WWDC leaks, has revealed the changes coming to the Wallet and Health apps, which will look very different in iOS 17. of the new features were “exactly based on what was shown to me earlier today,” according to the leaker.
Starting with the Heath app, the renders show the new Favorites screen which now shows a series of tiles with “colored charts, tables, etc. filled with data in each section” rather than a simple list. The Health app is also rumored to be coming to watchOS 10 and iPadOS 17, and the streamlined interface makes sense for both larger and smaller screens.
The Wallet app is reportedly getting an even bigger redesign, with several new features including swipe to search, sorted tabs for credit cards and passes, a dedicated tab for Apple Cash, and “much more,” according to Analyst941. In the rendered view, the app’s home screen has a much cleaner organization, with smarter and easier navigation, supported by menus and buttons.
Finally, Analyst941 also shares an image of the new Wallpaper tab in Settings with a grid layout that “displays 9+ wallpapers at once” and allows you to easily rearrange your favorites, similar to the customizable Lock Screen interface. You can also easily share wallpapers and presumably lock screens similar to Apple Watch faces.
Apple will unveil iOS 17 at its WWDC keynote on June 5, along with iPadOS 17, watchOS 10, and macOS 14. Several new products are also expected, including a 15-inch MacBook Air and the long-rumoured AR headset.