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iOS 15: All the Details: Available Now!

How to Download and Install iOS 15

iOS 15 is currently only available as a preview beta release for developers and public beta testers. Registered developers can download the profile for the iOS 15 beta from the Apple Developer Center, and once the profile is installed, beta updates will be available over the air. A public beta of iOS 15 is available for testing at beta.apple.com.

It is preferable to install iOS 15 on a secondary device because this is early release software that could have bugs or issues.

  • How to Install the iOS 15 Public Beta

Over the course of iOS 15’s testing period, which will last several months, Apple will refine the operating system’s new features and fix bugs ahead of its release. Developers will also be able to use this beta testing period to support the new operating system and build new iOS 15 features into their apps. iOS 15 was released to all users with compatible devices on September 20.

Questions or issues can be directed to our iOS 15 forum where readers are discussing the release.

Current Version

Apple has seeded eight beta versions of iOS 15 to developers and seven beta versions to public beta testers.

Developer beta five introduced a number of refinements, such as a new Weather app icon, redesigned Camera and Sound Recognition icons in the Control Center, TestFlight information in the App Store, a warning that the iPhone is findable even when turned off, and new splash screens feature descriptions for apps like Photos, Reminders, Home, and Maps.

Developer beta six introduced a number of changes, including a significant revision to Safari’s interface that provides two options for the location of the tab bar and rolls back previous changes, a redesigned Safari Bookmarks, Reading List, and History view in the bottom tab bar view, the return of timed watch face automations in Shortcuts, and the removal of SharePlay, which has been delayed and will now not be available with the public launch of iOS 15. Find My support for AirPods has also been delayed

Notifications Redesign

iOS 15 introduces completely redesigned notifications. Notifications will now display contact photos for people and larger icons for apps to make them easier to identify.

There is an all-new personalized notification summary that collects non-urgent notifications together to be delivered at a more appropriate time, such as in the morning or evening. Notifications in the summary are arranged by priority using on-device intelligence that analyzes the user’s interactions with apps, with the most important and relevant notifications rising to the top. Urgent messages and time-sensitive notifications will still be delivered immediately.

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There is now the option to mute any app or messaging thread’s notifications temporarily, and iOS 15 will suggest muting a thread if it is unusually active but you are not engaging with it.

There is also a new notification API for developers, allowing them to send Time Sensitive notifications and adopt the new look for notifications coming from people.

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Spotlight

Spotlight can now use intelligence to search for photos by location, people, scenes, or objects, and using the new Live Text feature, Spotlight can find text and handwriting in photos.

Spotlight also supports web image searches and significantly richer results for actors, musicians, TV shows, and movies. Enhanced results for contact cards show recent conversations, shared photos, and location if it is shared through Find My.

It is also possible to access Spotlight from the Lock Screen and quickly install apps from the App Store without leaving Spotlight. For businesses that support App Clips, there is an action button on the Maps result in Spotlight.

  • iOS 15: How to Use Spotlight to Search for Photos

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Photos

Maps

Wallet

The Wallet app supports additional types of keys in iOS 15, such as home, office, corporate, or hotel room key cards.

The Wallet app is also expanding its support of car keys, now using Ultra Wideband to unlock, lock, and start your car without having to take your iPhone out of your pocket. Ultra Wideband also gives precise spatial awareness, meaning that iOS will stop you from locking your car while your iPhone is inside or start your vehicle when your iPhone is outside.

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Wallet now supports remote keyless entry controls, allowing you to lock or unlock your car, honk your horn, preheat your car, or open your trunk.

Starting later in 2021, customers in participating states in the U.S. will be able to add their driver’s license or state IDs to the Wallet app. According to Apple, the Transportation Security Administration is working to enable airport security checkpoints as the first place customers can use their digital Identity Card in Wallet.

The Wallet app will also now automatically archive expired boarding passes and event tickets. Safari also supports adding multiple passes to Wallet in one action instead of having to manually add one pass at a time.

Safari

Messages

Content sent to you in Messages automatically appears in a new “Shared with You” section in the corresponding app. Shared with You is featured in Photos, Safari, Apple News, Apple Music, Apple Podcasts, and the Apple TV app. Users can pin notable content that has been shared with them so that it is elevated in Shared with You, Messages search, and the Details view of the conversation.

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Groups of photos sent in Messages now appear as a glanceable collage or a swipeable stack, depending on how many have been sent. It is also now possible to find images shared through Messages using a contact name.

iOS 15 allows users to seamlessly switch between phone numbers in the middle of an iMessage conversation on an iPhone with Dual SIM support, including the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, and newer.

Messages also gains some regional improvements in iOS 15, such as unwanted SMS filtering in Brazil and notification options in India and China, allowing users to turn off notifications for types of messages they choose.

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Weather

The Weather app has been totally redesigned in iOS 15. The Weather app now features more graphical displays for weather data, a full-screen map, and a dynamic layout that changes based on outside conditions.

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Apple has redesigned the Weather app’s animated backgrounds to more accurately reflect the sun’s current position and precipitation conditions. There are also notifications to highlight when rain or snow starts and stops.

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Health

In iOS 15, the Health app has a new sharing tab that allows users to share their selected health data with family or caregivers. Lab results have been enhanced with descriptions, highlights, and the option to pin results for quick access. Health can now detect Trends, drawing users’ attention to meaningful changes in personal health metrics.

The Health app also adds Walking Steadiness as a new metric to help manage fall risk. COVID-19 immunizations and test results can be stored in the Health app using a QR code from a healthcare provider. Blood glucose highlights now show levels during sleep and exercise, and feature interactive charts.

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Find My

The Find My app introduces new abilities to help locate a lost device that has been turned off or erased using the Find My network. A family member or friend who chooses to share their location with you will now continuously live-stream their location to provide a sense of direction and speed.

Apple is adding Find My network support to AirPods Pro and AirPods Max, and there is a new Find My widget for an at-a-glance look at locations. There are also new Separation Alerts to notify a user if they leave an AirTag, Apple device, or Find My accessory network behind in an unfamiliar location.

  • iOS 15: How to Get Notified If You Leave an AirTag or Apple Device Behind

Notes

Notes in iOS 15 features user-created tags to conveniently sort and categorize notes in new ways. There is a Tag Browser to tap combinations of tags and quickly view tagged notes. There are also new custom folders that automatically collect notes based on tags.

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For shared notes, it is now possible to mention other users to notify one another of updates, and an all-new Activity view shows the recent edit history.

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Reminders

Reminders now features tags to help with organization, and it is possible to search and filter reminders based on tags. There is a new Tag Browser to tap combinations of tags and quickly view tagged reminders. There are also new custom smart lists that automatically collect reminders together based on tags.

iOS 15 also brings quick-access options to easily delete completed reminders, improved natural language support, and expanded suggested attributes such as tags, flags, priority, and more.

Siri

In iOS 15, Siri requests are processed on-device using the Neural Engine, increasing security and significantly boosting responsiveness, while also no longer needing an internet connection.

On-device speech recognition and understanding improve as you use your device. Siri is also able to learn about the contacts you interact with most, new words you type, and topics you read about to provide better responses.

Siri can now share onscreen items such as photos, web pages, content from Apple Music or Apple Podcasts, Apple News stories, Maps locations, and more, in a Message, or even take a screenshot to send. In addition, Siri can now use onscreen context to send a message or place a call.

Siri is now better at maintaining context between requests, so you can conversationally refer to what you previously asked. You can also make requests to control a HomeKit device at a specific time or under certain circumstances, like when you leave home.

Siri is also able to Announce Notifications, such as Reminders, on AirPods and in Apple CarPlay, and users can ask Siri what is on their screen.

Siri offers neural text-to-speech voice in more languages in iOS 15, including Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, and Finnish. There is also Siri language support for Mixed English, Indic, and a mix of Indian English and a native language, including Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Bengali, Gujarati, Malayalam, and Punjabi.

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Child Safety Features

Apple has previewed new child safety features that will be coming to its platforms with software updates later this year. The company said the features will be available in the U.S. only at launch and will be expanded to other regions over time.

Communication Safety

The Messages app on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac will be getting a new Communication Safety feature to warn children and their parents when receiving or sending sexually explicit photos. Apple has said that the Messages app will use on-device machine learning to analyze image attachments, and if a photo is determined to be sexually explicit, the photo will be automatically blurred and the child will be warned.

When a child attempts to view a photo flagged as sensitive in the Messages app, they will be alerted that the photo may contain private body parts, and that the photo may be hurtful. Depending on the age of the child, there will also be an option for parents to receive a notification if their child proceeds to view the sensitive photo or if they choose to send a sexually explicit photo to another contact after being warned.

The Communication Safety feature will be coming in updates to iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and macOS Monterey later this year for accounts set up as families in iCloud. iMessage conversations will remain protected with end-to-end encryption, meaning that private communications will be unreadable to Apple.

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Scanning Photos for Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM)

Starting later this year, Apple will be able to detect known Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) images stored in iCloud Photos, enabling Apple to report these instances to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), a non-profit organization that works in collaboration with U.S. law enforcement agencies.

Apple says the method of detecting known CSAM is designed with user privacy in mind. Instead of scanning images in the cloud, Apple said the system will perform on-device matching against a database of known CSAM image hashes provided by the NCMEC and other child safety organizations. It will transform this database into an unreadable set of hashes that is securely stored on users’ devices.

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Before an image is stored in iCloud Photos, an on-device matching process will be performed for that image against the unreadable set of known CSAM hashes. If there is a match, the device creates a cryptographic safety voucher. This voucher is uploaded to iCloud Photos along with the image, and once an undisclosed threshold of matches is exceeded, Apple is able to interpret the contents of the vouchers for CSAM matches.

Apple then manually reviews each report to confirm there is a match, disables the user’s iCloud account, and sends a report to NCMEC. Apple has not shared what its exact threshold is, but it has an “extremely high level of accuracy” to ensure that accounts are not incorrectly flagged.

The hashing technology, called NeuralHash, analyzes an image and converts it to a unique number specific to that image. The underlying technology behind Apple’s system is quite complex and it has published a technical summary with more details.

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Apple will expand guidance in Siri and Spotlight Search across devices by providing additional resources to help children and parents stay safe online and get help with unsafe situations. For example, users who ask Siri how they can report CSAM or child exploitation will be pointed to resources for where and how to file a report.

These updates to Siri and Search are coming later this year in an update to iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and macOS Monterey.

Other Features

Widgets

  • Find My widget – Shows the location of friends and personal items.
  • Contacts widget – Shows family and friends reachable via Phone, Messages, FaceTime, Mail, or Find My. With Family Sharing, there are additional actions, like approving purchases or Screen Time requests.
  • Game Center widgets – The Continue Playing widget shows your recently played Game Center enabled games across devices and the Friends Are Playing widget helps you discover the games your friends play.
  • App Store widget – Shows stories, collections, and app events from the Today tab.
  • Sleep widget – Displays data about how you slept and allows for review of your sleep schedule.
  • Mail widget – Offers a glance at your latest emails and gives quick access to one of your mailboxes.
  • Default widgets – There is a new default layout when you first upgrade to iOS 15 with the widgets from the apps you use most arranged in Smart Stacks.
  • Intelligent widget suggestions – Suggested widgets for apps you already use can automatically appear in your Smart Stack at the right time based on your past activity. An option lets you add the widget to your stack so it is there persistently.
  • Reorder Smart Stacks – Users can more easily reorder the widgets in their Smart Stacks directly from the Home Screen with new controls.
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Translate

  • System-wide translation – iOS 15 allows any text across the entire system to be translated by selecting it and tapping Translate. Users can then copy, save, replace the selected text, or open the translation in the Translate app. Users can also translate selected text in photos.
  • Auto Translate – The Translate app will detect when you start speaking and can translate speech without the need to tap the microphone button in a conversation.
  • Face to face view – Users can change the conversation view when speaking face to face so that each person can see the conversation from their own side.
  • Redesigned conversations – Conversations can be started using the Conversation tab in landscape or portrait view, which then present a redesigned conversation view with chat bubbles so you can follow along more easily.
  • Easier language selection – Selecting languages is now easier with new drop-down menus.

TV

  • For All of You – The TV app now features a new row titled “For All of You” to suggest a collection of shows and movies based on the interests of selected people or an entire household.
  • Shared with You – The TV app now highlights all of the shows and movies that friends and family have shared in Messages.
  • SharePlay – The TV app works with Messages and FaceTime to watch content with friends and family in sync using SharePlay.
  • Streaming apps in Japan – The TV app now supports popular streaming apps in Japan.

Shortcuts

  • Smarter Shortcuts editor – Next Action Suggestions will offer options to help you complete the shortcut you are building.
  • Cross-device management – Shortcuts will now synchronize across iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
  • Improved sharing – Shortcuts can be shared and downloaded with a link, without needing to manage security settings. Recipients will receive smart prompts to ensure that only approved data is shared.

Voice Memos

  • Playback speed – There are new options to speed up or slow down playback of recordings.
  • Skip silence – Voice Memos automatically analyzes recordings and automatically skips over gaps in your audio with a single tap.
  • Improved sharing – It is possible to share multiple Voice Memos recordings at once.

Camera

  • Improved Panorama captures – Panorama mode in iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro now has improved geometric distortion and can better capture moving subjects while also reducing image noise and banding.
  • Zoom in QuickTake video – Users can swipe up or down while taking a QuickTake video to zoom in or out.

Podcasts

  • Improved discovery – Podcasts creates personalized groups of suggested shows about specific topics.
  • Shared with You – Share your favorite podcast episodes in the Messages app and find all the episodes shared with you in Listen Now.

Music

  • Spatial audio with dynamic head tracking – Listeners can now use AirPods Pro and AirPods Max to listen to music with Dolby Atmos and Apple’s dynamic head tracking for a more immersive experience.
  • Shared with You – The Music app will now highlight music shared with you from Messages.

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News

  • Redesigned News feed – The News feed now has a new design that makes it easier to browse and interact with articles. Information such as publication dates and bylines are more prominent, and you can now save and share stories directly from the feed.
  • Shared with You – Stories sent to you from Messages now automatically appear in the Shared with You section in the Today and Following tabs in Apple News.

App Store

  • In-app events – The App Store now makes it easier to discover current events within apps and games, including game competitions, movie premieres, or livestreamed experiences.
  • Hide Installed Apps – The App Store will hide screenshots for already installed apps in search results.
  • App Store widget – A new App Store widget shows stories, collections, and in-app events from the Today tab.

Gaming

  • Game Center recents and group invitations – Users’ most recent Messages friends and groups are brought into Game Center-enabled games with a new multiplayer friend selector.
  • Game Center friend requests – Game Center now shows incoming requests in the Game Center friend request inbox.
  • Game highlights – Users can save a video clip of up to the last 15 seconds of gameplay by pressing the share button on game controllers like the Xbox Series X or Series S Wireless Controller or Sony PS5 DualSense Wireless Controller.
  • Game Center widgets – There is a new Continue Playing widget that displays recently played Game Center-enabled games across devices. A Friends Are Playing widget helps users discover the games that their friends play.
  • Focus for gaming – A suggested Focus for gaming lets users stay immersed in games by filtering out unwanted notifications.

Live Text

  • Live Text in photos – Live Text is a new feature that uses on-device intelligence to recognize text in Photos, screenshots, Quick Look, Safari, and in live previews with Camera. Users can then take action on it, such as highlighting to copy. Users will also be able to search for images in Spotlight or the Photos app based on recognized text.
  • Visual Look Up – Swipe up or tap the new information button on any photo to highlight recognized objects and scenes, making it possible to learn more about the photo’s content.

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Apple Card and Apple Pay

  • Advanced Fraud Protection – Apple Card users can have a security code that changes regularly to make online Card Number transactions more secure.
  • Improved card number discoverability – Users can view their card number more quickly by opening their Apple Card in Wallet and tapping the card icon.
  • Apple Pay new payment sheet design – A redesigned Apple Pay payment sheet allows users to add new cards and coupon codes inline. There is also an enhanced summary view that shows more detailed information, such as payment items, discounts, and subtotals.

Screen Time

  • Downtime on demand – In iOS 15, it is possible to switch on downtime on demand, where only phone calls and apps you choose to allow will be available. Once enabled, a five-minute downtime reminder will be sent and downtime will be turned on until the end of the day.
  • Screen Time API – Developers can use a Screen Time API in parental control apps to support a wider range of tools for parents. The API provides developers with features like core restrictions and device activity monitoring.

Memoji

  • New Memoji stickers – iOS 15 features nine new Memoji stickers to let you send a shaka, a hand wave, a lightbulb moment, and more.
  • New clothing options – Over 40 new outfit choices with up to three color combinations, including for headware.
  • Two different eye colors – Memoji now support a different color for your left eye and your right eye.
  • New glasses options – Three new glasses options, including heart, star, and retro shapes.
  • New accessibility options – Cochlear implants, oxygen tubes, and soft helmets are now represented in Memoji options.

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5G

  • Enhanced connectivity using 5G – More app and system experiences are improved by using faster 5G, including support to back up to iCloud and restore from an iCloud backup, stream audio and video on Apple and third-party apps, download higher-quality Apple TV+ content, sync photos to iCloud Photos, update Apple News+ articles for offline reading, and download machine learning models.
  • 5G preferred over Wi-Fi – Your iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max will now automatically prioritize 5G when Wi-Fi connectivity on networks you visit occasionally is slow, or when you are connected to captive or insecure networks.

Privacy

  • Mail Privacy Protection – Mail Privacy Protection prevents senders seeing your IP address or if you have opened their email.
  • App Privacy Report – A new section in Settings allows users to see how often apps have accessed their location, photos, camera, microphone, and contacts during the last seven days. It also shows which apps have contacted other domains and how recently they have contacted them.
  • Secure paste – Developers can allow you to paste content from another app without having access to what you have copied until you want them to have access.
  • Share current location – Developers can let you share your current location temporarily with a customizable button in their apps.
  • Limited Photos Library access improvements – Developers are able to offer smart functionality when accessing the Photos library, requesting limited access to specific photos folders and album selection.
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iCloud+

  • iCloud Private Relay – iCloud Private Relay allows users to browse with Safari while encrypting all traffic from their device. Requests are sent though two separate internet relays and it is designed so nobody can use your IP address, location, and browsing activity to create a detailed profile on you.
  • Hide My Email – Hide My Email allows users to create unique, random email addresses that forward to your personal inbox, so that you can send and receive emails without having to share your real email address.
  • Custom email domain – Users can now personalize their iCloud Mail address with a custom domain name, and invite family members to use the same domain with their iCloud Mail accounts.
  • HomeKit Secure Video – iCloud+ can store footage from more security cameras and does not contribute toward your iCloud storage allowance.

Setup Experience

  • Temporary iCloud storage to transfer data – Users can now back up an unlimited amount of data to iCloud to move to a new device for up to three weeks for free.
  • More content transferred from Android – Move to iOS can now also move photo albums, files and folders, and Accessibility settings.
  • App discoverability – The Move to iOS app is now available in the Google Play Store via a QR code.

Apple ID

  • Account Recovery Contacts – Users can now select one or more trusted people to become an Account Recovery Contact to help reset their password and regain access to their account.
  • Digital Legacy program – The new Digital Legacy program allows you to designate individuals as Legacy Contacts so they can access your account and personal information in the event of your death.

Accessibility

  • Explore images with VoiceOver – Users can now explore people, objects, text, and tables within images in more detail with VoiceOver.
  • VoiceOver image descriptions in Markup – Markup now lets you add image descriptions that can be read by VoiceOver. Image descriptions persist even when shared and can be read in a range of supported apps on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
  • Sound actions for Switch Control – Sound actions for Switch Control let you control iPhone with simple mouth sounds, without the need for physical buttons, switches, or complex verbal commands.
  • Background sounds – Background sounds play balanced, bright, or dark noise, ocean, rain, and stream sounds continuously in the background to mask unwanted environmental or external noise and help you focus or stay calm. The sounds mix into or duck under other audio and system sounds as you use your device.
  • Per-app settings – Customize display and text size settings on an app-by-app basis.
  • Import audiograms – Import paper or PDF audiograms in Settings and customize Headphone Accommodations to amplify soft sounds and adjust frequencies based on your hearing test results.
  • Magnifier app – Magnifier is now a default app on iOS, so you can use your iPhone as a magnifying glass to zoom in on objects near you.
  • New Voice Control languages – Voice Control adds new language options including Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, French, and German that use Siri speech recognition technology.

Dictionary

  • New dictionaries for India – Bilingual dictionaries for India include Urdu-English, Tamil-English, Telugu-English, and Gujarati-English.
  • New idiom dictionary for China mainland – A new Simplified Chinese idiom dictionary for mainland China.
  • New dictionaries for Hong Kong – Dictionaries for Hong Kong include a Traditional Chinese-English idiom dictionary, a Traditional Chinese-English dictionary of Cantonese colloquialisms, and a new Traditional Chinese dictionary.

Keyboard and Dictation

  • Magnification loupe for text cursor and selection – Users can select text more accurately using an improved cursor that magnifies text.
  • Vietnamese VNI and VIQR keyboards – Type in Vietnamese using VNI and VIQR.
  • QuickPath language expansion – New languages that support QuickPath include Dutch, Hindi (Latin), Russian, Swedish, Turkish, and Vietnamese.
  • New keyboard layouts – New keyboard layouts for Ainu, Amharic, Fula (Adlam), Igbo, Navajo, Rohingya, Syriac, and Tigrinya.
  • Enhanced 10-key layout for Chinese Pinyin – Enhanced 10-key layout includes improvements that let users quickly switch to QWERTY, access symbols more easily, and type words that share the same keys with greater accuracy by allowing you to select the exact Pinyin for more than just the first syllable in the phrase.
  • Dialect lexicon support for Cantonese and Shanghainese – Type words in Pinyin using native Cantonese or Shanghainese dialectal spellings.
  • Smart Replies for new Indic languages – Smart Replies now support 10 new Indic languages, including Urdu, Bangla, Tamil, Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, and Odiya.
  • On-device dictation – On-device dictation is now available in more regions and languages, including Arabic, Cantonese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, and Yue Chinese.
  • Continuous dictation – With on-device dictation, you can dictate text of any length without a timeout. Dictation was previously limited to 60 seconds.

Other Improvements

  • Built-in authenticator – Generate verification codes needed for additional sign-in security under Passwords in Settings as an alternative for apps like Google Authenticator. Once set up, verification codes autofill when you sign in to the site.
  • Software Updates – iOS now offers a choice between updating to the latest version of iOS 15 as soon as it is released for the latest features and most complete set of security updates, or continuing on iOS 14 and still getting important security updates until you are ready to upgrade to the next major version.
  • Reorder Home Screen pages – Users can now personalize their Home Screen more easily by reordering pages.
  • Drag and drop – Drag and drop is now supported across apps.
  • Package detection – Using HomeKit Secure Video, security cameras and video doorbells can now detect and notify you when a package has arrived.
  • Spatialize Audio – iOS can now take any non-Dolby stereo mix and creates a virtual spatial audio environment out of it with AirPods Pro and AirPods Max.
  • Books Search redesign – Search results show as soon as you start typing and will correct spelling mistakes in the Books app. Showcases of top books, audiobooks, and genre collections will show within results. Users can also buy books directly from the Search tab.
  • RealityKit 2 – Developers can apply custom shaders, add post rendering effects, and build more immersive AR experiences with RealityKit 2, which is Apple’s 3D rendering, physics, and spatial audio engine built for AR.
  • Inclusive language (Spanish only) – Users can now choose their term of address throughout the system: feminine, masculine, or neutral.

iOS 15 Supported Devices

iOS 15 is compatible with all of the same iPhones as iOS 13 and iOS 14, including older devices like the original iPhone SE and iPhone 6s. iOS 15 compatible devices are listed below.

  • iPhone 12
  • iPhone 12 mini
  • iPhone 12 Pro
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • iPhone SE (2020)

  • iPhone 11 Pro Max

  • iPhone 11

  • iPhone XS

  • iPhone XS Max

  • iPhone XR

  • iPhone X

  • iPhone 8

  • iPhone 8 Plus

  • iPhone 7

  • iPhone 7 Plus

  • iPhone 6s

  • iPhone 6s Plus

  • iPhone SE (2016)

  • iPod touch (7th generation)

Apple released iOS 15 on Monday, September 20.

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