With iOS 17, scheduled for release on Monday, September 18, Apple is introducing a big update to its Phone app, and one of the big new features is Contact Posters. Keep reading to find out what they are and how to use them.
Apple in &zwnj ; iOS 17 offers iPhone users a new way to express themselves during calls with personalized contact posters.
Contact Posters allow you to customize your presentation when you call people. You can use photos and emojis to personalize your contact poster that appears on iPhone person. when you call them. And, like iPhone The lock screen allows you to combine images with attractive typography.
But your contact poster doesn't just appear during calls. It's also part of your contact card in the Contacts app, providing consistency in the places where you communicate and share information. Apple also provides an API for developers to make contact posters appear in third-party VoIP apps.
As mentioned above, customizing a contact poster is much the same as customizing your lock screen. You can choose the image, font and color. The following steps show how to do this on devices running iOS 17.
- Open the Contacts app and tap your name.
- Click theoptionContact photo and poster.
- Click Edit, then click Customize.
- Click Poster.
- Use the buttons at the bottom of the screen to take a photo, select the photo you want to use from your library, select a Memoji, or add a simple monogram of your initials.
- To match the image you choose, you can optionally adjust the font size, style, and color. (Please note that you cannot change your name in this interface—you must do so by changing your contact information.)
- Swipe across the poster to view a selection of filters, including black and white, two-tone, and color wash in the color of your choice.
- When you're ready, tap Done to see what the person sees when you call them. If you're happy with the look, click Continue.
- You can now edit the contact photo crop, choose a different photo to use, or Skip this step.
The poster and contact photo are ready. Contact Posters can be shared with your contacts automatically, or you may be prompted to share them with everyone who calls you, so no one sees your personalized images without your permission.
Please note that for Contact Posters to count, contacts design The Contacts application has been redesigned. When you tap on a contact, you'll now see that their contact picture, Memoji, or initials take up a much larger portion of the screen. This also applies to contacts to whom you have assigned a picture.
You can click on the “Contact Photo and Poster” option under the person's name to automatically update the latest information when your contact changes something , such as your profile photo, or enable manual updates so that you are prompted to update it.
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