iPhone 15 Pro Max with LGBTQ+ Pride wallpaper on iOS 17.5

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  • iOS 17.5 is now rolling out to users worldwide, bringing offline support to Apple News Plus and an all-new Quartiles puzzle game.
  • This release also enables iPhones to automatically detect trackers powered by Google’s Find My Device network when they follow users around.
  • Users running iOS 17.5 and watchOS 10.5 can also choose the 2024 LGBTQ+ Pride wallpaper and Apple Watch face.

Following weeks of beta testing with developers and enthusiasts, Apple has finally released iOS 17.5 to the general public. Unlike other manufacturers, the Cupertino firm simultaneously rolls out these updates to all users. So, as long as you have one of the new iPhones, you’ll be able to get your hands on iOS 17.5 and the exciting features it packs right away.

iOS 17.5 will most likely be the final update to introduce notable features before Apple previews iOS 18 next month. iOS 17.x updates that follow will probably revolve around bug fixes and optimizations before this OS cycle concludes. So, what exactly is new in iOS 17.5?