Apple has officially taken the wraps off of iOS 15, subsequent version of its OS for iPhone users. the corporate says it designed iOS 15 with four various things in mind. The update was presented by Apple VP Craig Federighi. Here’s what’s new.
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Federghi says that iOS 15 was created with these four focuses:
- Staying connected
- Finding focus
- Using intelligence
- Exploring the world
New features for FaceTime
FaceTime on iPhone will get Spatial Audio support for a far better audio experience. there’ll be a replacement Grid view for videos and Apple for the primary time will allow Android and Windows users to hitch FaceTime calls from Web. a replacement feature called SharePlay has been added and may be used for sharing content during FaceTime calls.
Apple is customising how notifications are delivered on iPhone. When users enable don’t Disturb, their status are going to be visible to others through the Messages app. Apple has revamped the planning of Notifications and therefore the icons are made bigger.
Photos app new features
A new interactive memories features are going to be available in Photos app. a replacement OCR features are going to be added for easier text recognition. Apple said that it relies on AI to detect text images automatically.
Added privacy features
iOS 15 introduces more privacy controls to assist protect user information. With on-device speech recognition, audio of Siri requests is now processed entirely on iPhone by default, and performance improves significantly. Mail Privacy Protection stops senders from learning whether an email has been opened, and hides IP addresses so senders can’t learn a user’s location or use it to create a profile on them.
Safari gets new features
Safari gets a replacement design that creates controls easier to succeed in with one hand and puts content front and centre. The new tab bar is compact, and floats at rock bottom of the screen, so users can easily swipe between tabs. Tab Groups allow users to save lots of tabs and simply access them at any time across iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
New Notes and Weater app
Weather app will have more graphical displays of weather data, full-screen maps, and dynamic layouts that change supported conditions. Notes app adds user-created tags that make it easy to quickly categorise notes, and mentions allow members of shared notes to notify each other of important updates.