Apple today announced iOS 15 at WWDC 2021. The latest update for iPhones aims to keep you connected with your friends and family.
iOS 15: Everything You Need to Know
With WWDC 2021 less than a month away, now is the ideal time to look at all the potential new features that Apple could debut in iOS 15. Last year’s iOS 14 was a major release that added a number of new features, including widget support for the home screen. With iOS 15 this year, the expectations are even higher. Thanks to leaks, we have a fair idea of what new features to expect from iOS 15. Below is a roundup of all the confirmed iOS 15 features based on leaks.
Ahead of WWDC 2021 early next week, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has detailed some of the new changes coming to iOS 15 and iPadOS 15.
Apple will be announcing iOS 15 at WWDC 2021 early next week. The next major version of iOS is expected to pack some major improvements to Safari, iMessage, and Health app. Apple is also expected to debut a redesigned Control Center experience. With some iPhones getting long in the run, iOS 15 will likely drop support for some of them.
WWDC 2021 is just under a week away now. Surprisingly enough, we haven’t heard much about Apple’s upcoming iOS 15 update for iPhone, bar the food tracking feature and a complex redesign of the Lock Screen. Google, on the other hand, announced Android 12 with some exciting new features. Here are ten Android 12 features that we’d love to see in iOS 15.
In just a week from now, Apple will be holding its yearly developer conference to unveil iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and the next major release of macOS. iOS 15 will not be as feature-packed of a release as iOS 15, but it should still come with some major useability enhancements. When will Apple release iOS 15 to the public, though? Here’s our prediction!
Apple is just days away from announced iOS 15 at its WWDC 2021 event. And even though we’re so close to its announcement, we’ve heard very few things about the updates coming to the operating system. Apple’s managed to keep things under the blanket with iOS 15, unlike its hardware announcements, where we see the plethora of leaks before the official announcement.
Apple’s WWDC 2021 is just about two weeks away now. The event will kick off at 10:00 AM on the 7th of June, 2021. Amid the high excitement levels for the event, an iOS 15 concept has popped up on the internet. The concept imagines iOS with redesigned lock screen widgets, split-view multitasking, macOS Big Sur-like app icon, and more.
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.