Apple said it will release iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 on September 20. The company announced free new OS updates at WWDC 2021 earlier in June and offered public betas over the summer.
And both the new versions of iOS and iPadOS offer a host of features. The headlines include changes to notifications such as adding notification summaries, focus modes to create distinct lists of apps and notifications that are allowed to reach users at different times of the day, improvements to FaceTime including the ability to invite Android and Windows users to make first-time calls, and a new look. for safari browser.
On the iPad side, iPadOS 15 brings iOS 14 features like an app library, resizable widgets, and other previously mentioned goodies the company has planned for iOS 15.
As part of the update, the company is once again tweaking how multitasking works. With a new split screen menu, and a shelf for organizing apps that offer separate windows, like Safari.
It takes a little longer for some features of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 to arrive. As a result, the company says SharePlay, the ability to share video and audio directly over FaceTime calls, is due to be released later this fall.
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Apple releases iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 on September 20
as fired The company’s next release of its smartwatch operating system, watchOS 8, will be released on September 20. The company first introduced the new free update at WWDC 2021. It was testing it in a public beta over the summer alongside iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey.
Furthermore, watchOS 8 is a modest change to the Apple Watch. But it still has some great extras.
And the company is adding support for new iOS 15 features. Like Focus Mode for more precise control of app notifications and new types of keys and IDs in Apple Wallet.
The new watchOS also gets new interfaces to take advantage of the larger Apple Watch Series 7 display. and new exercise types for Pilates and tai chi (along with other updates for Apple Fitness Plus).
In addition, the Apple Watch also gets an advanced Mindfulness app that combines features from the previous Breathe feature and new ways to relax.
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