The Wallet and Health apps are rumored to be getting updates in iOS 17, and leaker @analyst941 today shared some mockups that allegedly represent the design changes that we can expect to see.
In the Wallet app mockup, there’s a navigation bar at the bottom that separates the different functions available in the app. Cards, Cash, Keys, IDs, and Orders are listed categories. Note that this is a mockup, so the “ID’s” spelling is likely an oversight. There’s also a “Passes & More” tab, and the leaker claims there are other features coming as well.
Users will reportedly be able to swipe down to access a search interface to find a specific card or pass, and there’s a “Transactions” button. Compared to the current Wallet app design, this would be a functional improvement because it would make finding certain features like specific passes and order details simpler. It would not be a surprise to see a design like this given the many functions the Wallet app now serves in addition to storing credit and debit cards.
As for the Health app, Analyst941 claims that the “Favorites” section under “Summary” will see a redesign with a card-style interface. Each card will have “visual data” that includes “colored graphs,” “tables,” and other information. Since the Summary tab in the Health app also includes Trends and Highlights, it is not clear how the card design for Favorites would work with those sections.
Analyst941 leaked accurate information about the iPhone 14 Pro‘s Dynamic Island ahead of its launch last year, but this leaker does not have a long-term track record as of yet and the information shared should be viewed with some skepticism in light of that.
Analyst941 has shared a number of rumors about features coming in iOS 17 in recent weeks, suggesting that there’s a “special” version of iOS 17 in the works for a 14.1-inch iPad and that iPads will get iPhone-style Lock Screen customization, plus they have mentioned vague changes coming to Search, the Dynamic Island, Control Center, and more. They have also made claims about a new watchOS 10 Home Screen layout and have said that in the future, the Apple Watch will be able to pair with multiple devices, including the iPad and Mac.
It’s worth noting that Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman has expressed doubt about Analyst941’s claims and believes that some of the information is inaccurate. We’ll know more about Analyst941’s accuracy in just over a month when Apple unveils iOS 17, watchOS 10, and other updates at the June 5 WWDC keynote.
Regardless of whether these mockups are accurate, there are other reliable rumors suggesting updates for the Health and Wallet apps. On the MacRumors podcast, Gurman confirmed that Apple is working on updates to the Wallet app, and he also recently said that Apple is working on new features for the Health app such as an expansion to the iPad and a mood tracking feature.