Claimed iOS 17 Wallet, Health, And Wallpaper Updates Shown In Mockups

Apple is rumored to be working on redesigned versions of the Wallet and Health iPhone apps as well as a new Wallpaper Grid, and now a pair of renders have been released to show what those changes might look like.

The claims of of these changes were made by the Twitter account @analyst941, an account that has had success in the past.

That success was related to the iPhone 14 Pro’s Dynamic Island ahead of its release and now they have been sharing supposed details about the iOS 17 software update that is expected to be announced on June 5.

These renders, shared by the leaker, show the Wallet app with a new navigation bar at the top that would allow cards to be kept in a different area from passes and other things like keys.

The Health changes show a redesigned favorites section that will have a card-style interface. The leaker believes that each card will have data and graphs or tables inside to display information. However, the mockup shared in terms of the Health app leaves a lot to the imagination.

iOS 17 is also said to bring in a new way of selecting and browsing your wallpaper selection on the iPhone.

If Apple does indeed announce the iOS 17 update at WWDC in June we can then expect a developer beta to be made available almost immediately. However, the update is unlikely to be released to the public until much later in the year, likely in or around September.

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