Parafrasea y traduce esto al castellano: 25 New Things Your iPhone Can Do With Next Month’s iOS 17.2 Update

Parafrasea y traduce esto al castellano: 25 New Things Your iPhone Can Do With Next Month’s iOS 17.2 Update

Parafrasea, extiende, elimina cualquier referencia a macrumors, traduce al castellano y añade cabeceras donde haga falta. A partir de ahora el contenido sobre el que hacer lo solicitado: Apple made the first beta of iOS 17.2 available to developers in October. Since then we’ve seen two more betas, and with each iteration Apple continues to add more new features and changes, many of which users have been anticipating for quite a while. Below, we’ve listed 25 new things that are coming to your iPhone when the finalized version is publicly released in December. 1. Help You Keep a Daily Journal Your iPhone will soon be able to act as your personal journaling companion, thanks to Apple’s new Journal app. Apple originally announced it was releasing a Journal app as part of iOS 17, and it’s finally coming in iOS 17.2. The Journal app has a simple, straightforward interface. When you open it up, you’re presented with a «+» button, and tapping on it lets you start a new entry. Journal entries are automatically dated, and you can bookmark your favorite ones. Entries can include images, voice recordings, and location tags, so not only will you have the ability to create and maintain a daily journal, you’ll be able to easily record your thoughts, experiences, and memories with your iPhone. 2. Set a Journaling Schedule Staying consistent with journaling can be difficult, but your iPhone can make it a lot easier with the new Journal app’s scheduling feature, which can be found in Settings ➝ Journal. The scheduling option isn’t just a reminder – it’s about building a habit. So whether it’s a gentle reminder notification that you need in the morning or a prompt before bed, you can adapt the feature to your personal routine. 3. Offer Journaling Suggestions When you first open the Journal app, you can decide what information it can pull from your phone for writing suggestions. Options include workout activity, media like podcasts and music, photos, and significant locations. You can control which apps and services appear using the switches in the Settings app under Privacy & Security ➝ Journaling Suggestions. Here, there are also settings to prefer suggestions with others when you’re around your contacts or large groups, and to be discoverable by others to help prioritize the suggestions of other people. If you don’t like suggestions in general, you can simply turn them off (Settings ➝ Journal ➝ Skip Journaling Suggestions). 4. Give Journaling Prompts If you have a serious case of writer’s block, iOS 17.2 can offer you entry prompts in the form of «reflections.» These reflections are designed to inspire and guide you, providing ideas and topics to explore in each entry. The reflections can vary from thought-provoking questions to creative writing cues, and if the one you’re offered doesn’t get your gears turning, you can tap a button to generate a new one. 5. Secure Your Journal Privacy and security are paramount when it comes to personal journaling. That’s why iOS 17.2 introduces enhanced security features, including encryption and password protection, to safeguard your journal from unauthorized access. The option can be found in the Settings app under Journal ➝ Lock Journal, and it allows you to use your device passcode, Face ID or Touch ID, providing peace of mind every time you record sensitive or personal information. 6. Translate with a Button Press Overcome communication barriers with the new custom Translation option for the Action button in iOS 17.2. With just a button press, your iPhone 15 Pro or iPhone 15 Pro Max will be able to translate live conversations into multiple languages. The feature should be a boon for travelers, students, and anyone learning a language. You can choose which language the speech should be translated into in the Translate app. According to Apple, the translation is not just accurate but also context-aware, ensuring that nuances and colloquialisms are captured effectively. 7. Show Detailed Weather Forecasts on Home Screen The update includes new Details, Daily Forecast, and Sunrise/Sunset widgets for the Weather widget, providing more of the kind of information that you would normally only find by going into the Weather app. Details shows information like precipitation chance, UV index, wind speed, and air quality, while Daily Forecast offers the weather for the next few days in a small widget size. Sunrise/Sunset naturally shows the sunrise and sunset times for each day. 8. Host Collaborative Music Playlists Collaborative playlists in the Music app let you create and share playlists with friends, family, or colleagues, enabling everyone to contribute their favorite tracks. It adds another social dimension to the Music app, and provides a useful way to discover new music and share your musical tastes with others. In a playlist you have made, just tap on the three-dot icon in the top right of the app, select the Collaborate option and choose Start Collaboration. You’ll then be able to create a link to the playlist, and anyone who has access to that link can add to it. You can also invite people to join via QR code, and opt to approve each person that asks to join. 9. Use Stickers as Message Reactions Apple aims to make message reactions in the Messages app more fun and expressive by offering an easier way to use stickers as an alternative to tapback reactions. Previously you had to drag a sticker or an emoji from the keyboard onto any message bubble. Now you can simply long press on any chat bubble and tap «Add Sticker,» which lets you choose either a sticker or an emoji to apply to the corner of an iMessage. 10. Record Spatial Video If you have an iPhone 15 or iPhone 15 Pro Max, iOS 17.2 will allow you to record spatial video for viewing in the Photos app on Apple’s forthcoming Vision Pro headset, set to be released in early 2024. (Note that when spatial videos captured with an ‌iPhone‌ are viewed on the ‌iPhone‌, they appear as normal videos.) To enable spatial video recording, go to Settings ➝ Camera ➝ Formats, then toggle on Spatial Video for Apple Vision Pro. Video is recorded at 30 frames per second at 1080p, and one minute of video takes up 130MB of storage space. Apple says that for best results when recording spatial video, the iPhone should be held stable in landscape orientation. 11. Populate a Favorites Music Playlist Apple is introducing a Favorites Music Playlist in Apple Music that automatically aggregates any songs that you have favorited, ensuring that your most-liked tracks are always at your fingertips. Since it populates dynamically, it should make it easier to enjoy the music you love while removing some of the hassle of manual curation. 12. Selectively Turn Off Your Listening History There’s a new privacy-centric feature that allows you to selectively turn off your listening history. This means that you can listen to music – or allow your kids to listen to their stuff on your device – without influencing your future recommendations or shared playlists. It’s a useful tool for times when you’re exploring new genres or playing music for others, since it ensures that your personal recommendations remain untainted by atypical listening choices. 13. Verify Your iMessage Contacts The security of iMessage has been enhanced with a new feature to verify your contacts. Contact Key Verification adds an extra layer of trust and authenticity to your conversations by displaying a code that verifies you are communicating with the intended person. Apple first previewed iMessage Contact Key Verification in December 2022, and said it is designed for those who face «extraordinary digital threats,» such as journalists, human rights activists, and government officials. It should help in safeguarding against impersonation and phishing attempts, making iMessage and FaceTime more secure platforms for personal and professional communication. 14. Sync Additional Message Settings in iCloud iCloud’s capabilities now include the synchronization of additional message settings across your Apple devices. A new «Messages in ‌iCloud‌» section in the Settings app shows the total amount of storage that messages are taking up, the number of messages synced to ‌iCloud‌, and the time of the last sync. There’s also a «Sync Now» option to force an update. Preferences and customizations made in the Messages app on one device will automatically reflect on your other devices signed in to the same iCloud account. Apple previously said that additional settings…



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