Apple decided to reverse the red ‘End Call’ button to its original place. The placement of button was placed in the center, but a few years back, Apple decided to change its place and shift it to the right end. The positioning of the latest button repositioning is similar to iOS 16. Still, the only difference is that the ‘End Call’ button is surrounded by other call-related buttons that were not originally a part.
This might not look like a drastic change made by Apple, but it is a bliss for the iOS users who have been training their brain muscles for some time now to get used to pressing on the right side of their phones to disconnect their calls. It was difficult for the daily Apple smartphone users who were used to the ‘End Call’ button in the center, almost at the bottom of the screen.
Apple changed the position of the ‘End call’ button in the latest iOS17 developer beta version, which was not at all pleasing for the users, which might have made the company think to reverse the repositioning as it was. Apple is known for often releasing new versions of Beta for its software to check the presence of bugs and seek betterment. Earlier Apple also announced the launch of its new generation M3 Max chip to hit the market in 2024.
Personally, the move taken by the company is appreciable, but all other six call buttons are aligned in the same bottom line, which is not up to the mark. We should take a glance at some other features that Apple iOS17 is all set to release; iMessage is being updated for all its users. With this feature, the app list will be hidden behind the ‘+’; when you click on it, the list will expand.
The company is all set to launch iOS17 in the market besides the launch of iPhone 15. For further updates on the iOS launch and other tech-related information, keep reading out Tech Updates. Also, post your queries and suggestions in the comment section below.
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