iOS 15

iOS 15 to Bring Redesigned iPad Home Screen, New Privacy Features

iOS 15 to Bring Redesigned iPad Home Screen, New Privacy Features

A new Bloomberg report details that Apple is working on a redesigned iPad home screen experience for iPadOS 15. Additionally, the Lock Screen will also be updated. There will also be more privacy-focused improvements in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15.

Leak Claims iOS 15 Will Feature Redesigned Control Center, Dual Biometric Authentication

Leak Claims iOS 15 Will Feature Redesigned Control Center, Dual Biometric Authentication

A new report claims that Apple’s upcoming iOS 15 update, which is expected to debut in WWDC 2021, will feature a redesigned control center. iOS 15 is also expected to feature dual biometric authentication which would require the user to authenticate both Touch ID and Face ID.

iOS 15 and macOS 12 References Found in Webkit Code

iOS 15 and macOS 12 References Found in Webkit Code

Even though Apple is yet to announce WWDC 2021, the event where it announces major changes and updates coming to its operating systems, references to the upcoming iOS 15 and macOS 12 updates have already been found in the open-source Webkit repository.

7 Android Features We Want to See in iOS 15

7 Android Features We Want to See in iOS 15

Android and iOS both have matured as mobile OSes since they were first announced. Both operating systems now offer a great user experience and have a similar set of features. However, in some areas, iOS still tends to lag behind Android. Below are seven Android features that we want to see Apple add in iOS 15.

iOS 15 Could Drop Support for iPhone 6s and iPhone SE

iOS 15 Could Drop Support for iPhone 6s and iPhone SE

With iOS 15 just a few months away, new reports have come out claiming Apple could drop support for iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and iPhone SE.

Rumor: iOS 15 Will Not Support iPhone 6s and iPhone SE

Rumor: iOS 15 Will Not Support iPhone 6s and iPhone SE

It has been just over two months since Apple released iOS 14 to the public but rumors surrounding iOS 15 have already started making their way to the internet. As per the latest rumor, Apple will drop support for the iPhone 6s series and iPhone SE with iOS 15 next year.