- iOS 15 will roll out to the iPhone 6s and later iPhones
- iOS 15 has been previewed at WWDC 2021 by Apple
- This new iOS version will bring some exciting features for iPhones like SharePlay, Focus mode, and Live Text, among other things
During the virtual keynote of WWDC, Apple finally unveiled some details of their upcoming iOS 15. It is expected that a major version of iOS is going to be released later this year.
This new OS for iPhones will bring a handful of new features like SharePlay and a Focus mode. Besides this, there are some improvements to FaceTime, iMessage, and notifications that block out distracting notifications for you.
Software Engineering Craig Federighi said.
“Our new release is iOS 15. It’s packed with features that make the iOS experience adapt to and complement the way you use iPhone, whether it’s staying connected with those who matter to you most, finding the space to focus without distraction, using intelligence to discover the information you need or exploring the world around you.”
This new iOS 15 will come on iPhone 6S or later devices by the end of the year. The public beta testing will start next month.
Here are these updates that will promise to elevate your experience.
New FaceTime features in iOS 15
Over the last two years, Lockdown and Quarantine conditions need to bring this feature. FaceTime calls make it more comfortable and natural for users. It will provide spatial audio that makes people sound like they’re sitting in the same room and speaking face to face.
In group FaceTime calls, users will be able to see every face in a grid view. Same-sized tiles will make it easy to identify who’s speaking while seeing everyone else’s reactions.
Portrait mode will blur the background of the users.
Messages will now show multiple photos shared in a chat in a new collage design.
Apple has introduced a new Shared Stacks feature that will bring over content shared with the user from Messages, to their News app and Photos app for display. Now, it will show shared articles in the News section, Safari, Apple News, and other platforms.
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