The public can now download the iOS 17 Beta 2 update that Apple previously made available to developers and beta testers. The most recent version adds a redesigned update screen with several significant features debuted at the WWDC and more details on the beta software.
But during the announcements, one of iOS 17’s most intriguing features was not mentioned. iPhones running iOS 17 can now create a very accurate copy of your voice thanks to a new feature called Personal Voice.
Its operation is quite straightforward. Locate Personal Voice under the accessibility settings on your phone. When you select “Create Personal Voice” from this menu, the phone will make you speak aloud for 15 minutes. The data will then be processed overnight to produce a synthesized recording of your voice.
To see it in action, watch the video below.
Even though the synthesized voice has a slightly robotic quality, it still sounds very natural.
The other features that will be included in iOS 17 are already known to everyone, such as the capability to share files with another iPhone by touching the two devices together. It utilizes WiFi Direct and is powered by AirDrop.
Additionally, we will receive new widget options for Apple Music, contact posters, enhanced autocorrect, Standby Mode, MicroLocation settings, and much more.