Apple officially released iOS 17 at WWDC this morning, and the developer preview Beta 1 has been rolled out.
In short, Apple introduced nine major updates to iOS 17, but some hidden details were unearthed, such as the automatic cleaning of text capTcha.
iOS 17 has added a new feature to automatically clear the one-time verification code in text messages and emails. The entry is the password option in the password Settings. Obviously, this is more conducive to protecting user privacy and ensuring that email and messaging apps are kept clean.
Other changes that have been proven include sharing Airtags, sharing password lists with groups, better predictive and auto-correct input methods, using FaceID or fingerprint to lock the privacy of Safari for browsing content, creating your own voice tone, tagging pets in photos, and more.
Note that iOS 17 removes support for A11 processor devices such as the iPhone 8/8P/X, which starts with an iPhone XS/XR.