Patcay.com – Apple has announced the release of 24 new ringtones in iOS 17, giving iPhone users more personal options to choose their ringtones.
This is good news for iPhone users who may have grown tired of the old ringtones. This information also shows that Apple is paying attention to users’ desires for fresher ringtone variations.
Essentially, this update has been long-awaited, considering the last time Apple released new ringtones on a large scale was in 2013, coinciding with the launch of iOS 7.
In this latest update, iOS 17 brings 24 well-designed new ringtones, including some with strong haptic feedback for a deeper experience. These new ringtones allow users to further customize their phones to their tastes and styles.
In addition to ringtones, Apple has also added 12 new alert tones specifically designed for short notifications like text messages and app alerts. This ensures that iPhone users will have a better notification experience.
With this update, iPhone users can now enjoy a more unique and engaging experience when their phones ring. Some examples of the new ringtones include Arpeggio, Breaking, Canopy, Chalet, Chirp, Daybreak, and Departure.
In addition to the ringtone feature, iOS 17 also brings a range of unique emojis that users can use. Alongside Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 15, the Unicode Consortium has officially approved new emoji characters to be added to phones starting in 2024.
Unicode 15.1, recently approved, includes emojis like the phoenix bird, lemon fruit, brown mushroom, and emojis for nodding (yes) and shaking (no) heads, as well as a broken chain emoji.
This update also includes four new family emoji combinations and updates to emojis depicting people facing different directions, enriching user expressions and communication.
While Unicode 15.1 is smaller in scale compared to previous updates, it remains a positive step in providing diverse emojis and characters to iPhone users worldwide.
Thus, this update not only enhances the ringtone experience for iPhone users but also provides more options for communication through diverse emojis.