Apple iOS 15: Everything you need to know

Every year, Apple breathes new life into the iPhone with an update to iOS, the phone’s OS. Last year, iOS 14 brought a comparatively major update, with features like home screen widgets and therefore the App Library. Recently, however, Apple announced iOS 15, and it’s set to form even as much of an impression.


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Every year, Apple breathes new life into the iPhone with an update to iOS, the phone’s OS. Last year, iOS 14 brought a comparatively major update, with features like home screen widgets and therefore the App Library. Recently, however, Apple announced iOS 15, and it’s set to form even as much of an impression.

iOS 15 is now available as a part of a public beta, which basically means the OS remains being tested and tweaked before a good release. But, you’ll download it and install it on your iPhone if you would like. That doesn’t mean you ought to though. In fact, we’ve installed it on our devices in order that you don’t need to.
Excited about iOS 15? If so, here’s everything you would like to understand about the next-gen iPhone OS.

The best new features in iOS 15

iOS 15 is about to urge plenty of major improvements, and we’ve listed them here. That said, it’s important to notice that a lot of the updates don’t technically update to iOS, but more to services like Maps, FaceTime, and so on. meaning that the new features are going to be available on iPhones with iOS 15, but they’ll even be available on Mac computers running macOS Monterey and iPads running iPadOS 15.

Focus

The iPhone is finally getting user profiles. These profiles, called Focuses allow you to settle on which notifications are let through supported your activity. for instance, you’ll have a Sleep Focus that only lets through a call from close relations. Alternatively, you’ll have a piece Focus that only lets you through work emails and messages from your colleagues. And so on. Users also can create custom Focuses.

Your iPhone will intelligently suggest new Focuses, and Focuses will sync across all of your Apple devices — which suggests that they’ll apply to your Mac even as very much as your iPhone. Developers can hook into Focuses too — so third-party apps will work with them also.

Revamped notifications

Notifications seem to urge revamped whenever a replacement version of iOS or Android is released, and this year is not any exception. For iOS 15, notifications have gotten a design refresh, with more rounded corners and things like contact photos for folks that have messaged you.

Notifications are often never-ending, however, Apple is attempting to repair that in iOS 15. within the update, you’ll get a customized notification summary, which can include a summary of less-important notifications at a time of the day that the user specifies. Not only that but users can now easily mute notifications from an app or messaging thread for a specific period of their time .

Smarter Spotlight

Search on iOS 15 is recuperating too. On iOS 15, Spotlight can leverage information from your photos, including text from within photos. Users also can search for photos from the online , and obtain rich search results for information about things like TV shows, actors, and so on. You’ll even get rich information about contacts, which incorporates location information if they need shared it, and up to date conversations.

Apple Health

Apple Health is getting a couple of new features that make it more useful for those in families with elderly people and/or children. After the update, those people in your life are going to be ready to share their health data with you, including things like lab test results. And, Apple Health will show the new walking steadiness metric, which is tracked by your Apple Watch.

Siri

Even Siri is getting some improvements. Apple is bringing on-device processing to Siri, which can help make it faster and more helpful once you don’t have an online connection. And, Siri are going to be ready to announce notifications aside from messages, including Reminders.

Should I install iOS 15?
Currently, iOS 15 is during a public beta. That basically means the OS remains being tested and refined, in order that it’ll be ready for a good, public release later within the year, likely alongside subsequent iPhone. That also means there are bugs. That’s completely normal — the beta process should allow Apple to iron out those bugs over the subsequent few months.

The term “public beta” means the OS is out there for anyone to download, but considering the very fact that there are bugs, not anyone should. Only tech-savvy users should download the general public beta, and really only on a secondary device. We don’t recommend downloading iOS 15 on your main iPhone, because the bugs could render it unusable for basic tasks.
Apple has long offered software updates on old phones, and this year is not any different. Here’s the complete list of devices that support iOS 15.

iPhone 6s
iPhone 6s Plus
iPhone SE (original model)
iPod Touch (seventh-generation)
iPhone 7
iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 8
iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone X
iPhone XR
iPhone Xs
iPhone Xs Max
iPhone 11
iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone SE (2020)
iPhone 12 Mini
iPhone 12
iPhone 12 Pro
iPhone 12 Pro Max

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