The much-anticipated Journal app is notably missing from the iOS 17 initial release for several users.
Long before iOS 17 was officially announced, rumors about the Journal app had been circulating on social media. It was expected to offer a range of features, including the ability to create multimedia-rich entries.
The Check In feature created a similar kind of buzz. But sadly, it was also missing or unavailable for users.
iOS 17 ‘Journal app’ missing or unavailable
Now, the unavailability of Journal App is quite disappointing for users. For those who had eagerly anticipated the app’s arrival, this was a bitter pill to swallow (1,2,3,4,5).
I upgraded to iOS 17 and was really excited for the new Journal app but apparently I’ll have to wait
I was hype for iOS 17 mainly for Journal and it’s not even available yet 🙄
The idea of a dedicated journaling app integrated into their iOS devices was particularly intriguing for many. But disappointment set in as users discovered that the Journal app was absent from the update.
In response to the widespread disappointment, Apple has issued an official statement. The company has clarified that the Journal app is not slated for release until later in the year.
Users can keep an eye on the updates
While the delay of the Journal app’s release may be disheartening to some. It’s important to remember that Apple’s commitment to delivering a reliable product is part of what has made iOS a trusted platform.
🚨iOS 17 is set to launch on Monday, but a few exciting features won’t be available right away:
1️⃣ Journal app
2️⃣ AirDrop over the internet
3️⃣ Collaborative Apple Music playlists
Moreover, the delay in release may indicate that Apple is actively listening to user feedback to incorporate valuable insights. So, it’s likely that the Journal app will be a well-rounded and feature-rich application.
That said, users can look forward to the eventual release of the Journal app, which will likely be worth the wait.
We’ll also keep tabs on the latest developments and update this article accordingly.
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