In this week's episode of The MacRumors Show, we cover all the top features and improvements we'd like to see coming to tvOS 17, the HomePod, and HomeKit at WWDC later this year. Apple is expected to unveil tvOS 17 and "audioOS" 17 at WWDC in June, with a range of improvements and new features. TVOS 16 from 2022 was just a minor update to the Apple TV, so we're discussing where we want the OS to go with features like widgets, Up Next improvements, and apps like Weather and Home. We discuss how the HomePod could make better use of its top screen, true surround sound, and synchronized alarms. Last year, Apple's Home app got a significant upgrade with a complete redesign and a new HomeKit architecture. We take a look at how the Home app can take another step forward with more powerful automations and camera feed improvements. We also look at the latest Apple news, including iOS 17's rumored app, mood tracking functionality, new lock screen features, Apple Music and app library, iPadOS 17's Health app and Lock Screen customization, Apple's AI-powered health coaching service, 32- and 42-inch OLED screens planned for 2027, and more. Listen to The MacRumors Show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Castro, Google Podcasts or your favorite podcasts app. You can also copy our RSS feed directly to your podcast player. Watch a video version of the show on the MacRumors YouTube channel. If you haven't listened to the previous episode of The MacRumors Show, read our discussion of all the latest rumors about the software updates and new hardware expected to be previewed at this year's WWDC with Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. Subscribe to The MacRumors Show for more episodes where we discuss some of the hottest news here at MacRumors, often joined by exciting guests such as Marcus Kane, Christopher Lawley, Frank McShan, David Lewis, Andru Edwards, Tyler Stalman, Jon Prosser, Sam Kohl, Quinn Nelson, John Gruber, Federico Viticci, Sara Dietschy, Luke Miani, Thomas Frank, Jonathan Morrison, iJustine, Ross Young, Ian Zelbo, Jon Rettinger, and Rene Ritchie. You can also visit The MacRumors Show forum thread to contact us directly. Don't forget to rate and review the show, and let us know what topics you'd like to see in the podcast in the future.
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