Apple Updates Podcast App with Subtitles and Accessibility Features, Implementing Stolen Device Protection in iOS 17.3

The latest iPhone operating version is now released, accompanied by an exciting announcement

Apple has made significant updates to its Podcast app, including the addition of subtitles with text highlighting in sync with the audio, available in English, Spanish, French, and German languages. Users can now search the text as well as adjust accessibility by changing the text size. Additionally, a stolen device protection feature has been introduced in the iOS 17.3 operating system, allowing users to increase security in all locations. If the feature is activated on a stolen device, the thief will be unable to access the device and lock the user out. The iPhone will require additional authentication for certain tasks.

Apple has also made changes to its app store in Europe to comply with the Digital Markets Act. This significant change allows users on the continent to install apps from alternative app stores, use other web browser engines, and access different payment methods. This update may eventually extend to other countries as well. Other updates and bug fixes include displaying caller ID for verified Apple businesses, music recognition for adding songs to libraries or playlists, Siri announcements of messages in supported languages, and new battery health settings.

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