iOS 17.2 Hints Now Apple Phone Users Can Install Apps From Outside App Store

iOS 17.2 Hinted exciting features for iPhone users. Now Apple Users can install applications from other app sources. It will be a big announcement if the rumor is true because recently made major changes in Apple’s history. The first time Apple users have seen the USB Type-C cable via iPhone 15 series phone.

Now after the EU regulations update the beta Phase 2 of iOS 17.2 hints that iPhone users can be able to introduce Applications from outsourcing.

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iOS 17.2 Will Be A History-Making Update By Apple

Apple Sideload

Recently Apple has released iOS 17.1.1 for iPhone users focusing on fixing a few bugs. The next day the rumor surfaced that the iOS 17.2 Beta Phase 2 brought a lot of gossip into the market.

As per the MacRumors update, iOS 17.2 can allow users to install Apps from other sources and other app stores. Apple was known for its secured Applications Stores which only can be installed from the App Store but now it is going to bring a history-changing update to Apple’s history. According to the EU’s Digital Markets Act, Apple’s iOS 17.2 beta suggests sideloading programs from sources other than the App Store.

Apple app store

The 2nd rumor states that the Spartial video mode for Vision Pro. It will only support for iPhone 15 series phones. Users can record Spatial Video at 30FPS on HD resolution.

What is the SideLoad App on iPhone?

The Sideload app features are all set to be introduced on iPhone via the iOS 17.2 Beta 2 update. Currently, iPhone users have to jailbreak their devices in order to install software from sources other than the App Store. Nonetheless, 9to5Mac found hints in the iOS 17.2 beta code that suggest Apple might be working toward allowing consumers to sideload software on their iOS devices.

Apple App Store

Regarding iOS, the App Store is the only authorized resource available to owners of iPhones and iPads. Apple has continuously prohibited sideloading on iOS in order to stop programs from circumventing the rules set out by the App Store.

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