iOS 15: All The New iPhone Features Announced During WWDC 2021

iOS 15

iOS 15 Updates: In the keynote speech at WWDC 2021, Apple deleted iOS 15. iOS 15 is the next major software update for the iPhone. Although compared to iOS 14 at first glance, it may not seem so exciting, but users still have a lot to do. Whether it’s an Apple app update or a new interpretation of notifications, iOS 15 can provide many features.

It’s safe to say that last year’s iOS 14 update was one of the most exciting Apple updates in some time. It really helps in the application library, home screen widgets, picture-in-picture, and tons of other features.

Of course, this has put a lot of pressure on Apple, requiring it to release another major update to iOS 15. Although there are not many radical UI changes this time, iOS 15 is still full of many benefits and can keep people busy for another year.

Let’s start with one of the biggest updates: notifications. iOS notifications have always been one of the biggest problems, and in iOS 15, Apple believes it has finally solved this problem. Notifications now include more application icons.

Large contact pictures used for messages, and are automatically sorted according to the priority of “device intelligence”. In addition to custom notifications, iOS 15 also has a notification summary, which bundles less important notifications into a large stack, so users can quickly categorize app alerts that do not need to be processed immediately.

Another important update is the focus. In addition to the “Do Not Disturb” and “Sleep” functions introduced in iOS 14, Focus also has “Personal” and “Work” modes, allowing users to switch between different home screen settings based on the activated mode.

For example, in work mode, someone may prevent the home screen from displaying all the work apps/widgets they need. In contrast, you can create a family mode to hide work-related applications and display applications commonly used at home. Users can also create custom focus modes for the gym, grocery store, or any other place that suits their lifestyle.

iOS 15 Upgrades Safari, Apple Maps, Facetime & Some More

iOS 15

Like all iOS updates, iOS 15 also includes a large number of updates to Apple apps. FaceTime attracted most of the group’s attention, including support for spatial audio, new microphone mode, portrait orientation, scheduled FaceTime calls, and the ability to make FaceTime calls using URLs so that Android and Windows users can join the call.

FaceTime has also received a new SharePlay API, which allows FaceTime call participants to watch a movie/TV show or listen to a song at the same time. With Apple completely redesigning the app for iOS 15, we still have a lot to wait.

The URL is now at the bottom of the screen. Users can navigate between tags by sliding the tab bar. There are tag groups and Safari extensions. Users can customize the homepage to create a more personalized browsing experience.

Do you use Apple Maps for navigation? There is also good news. iOS 15 adds more details to selected cities, and 3D streets make it easier to navigate when driving through the city. Apple Wallet will also receive important updates.

The app will support driver’s licenses/cards. ID card, hotel room key, smart lock room key, and employee ID/card. Apple also redesigned the Weather application, added shortcuts and mentions to Apple Notes, Apple Photos has a new Memories interface.

In other words, iOS 15 is a massive update. It may be as exciting as iOS 14, but it is undeniable that Apple is bringing this feature-rich latest update to all types of users. A compatible iPhone will be released this fall, and the public beta will begin in July.

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