New features
available with iOS 15.

iOS 15 brings amazing new features that help you connect, focus, explore and do even more with iPhone.

Key Features and Enhancements

    Portrait Mode, Voice Isolation Mode, Wide Spectrum Mode ,Grid View ,Face Time Links, Calendar Integrations, Join Facetime on Web, Mute alerts, Zoom, SharePlay: Watch together, SharePlay: Listen together, SharePlay: Share your screen, SharePlay: Synced playback, SharePlay: Smart volume, SharePlay: Shared music queue, SharePlay: Multiple device support.

And there are A lot more Updates for the Feature for the Photos, Live Text, Spot Light, Siri,
and a lot more! iOS 15 is promising the better update than the other regular Updates.

Next in line to get a “major” facelift is FaceTime. FaceTime calls are available for all users through the web on iOS 15. This means iPhone (iPad, and Mac) users can create links for FaceTime calls and share them with anyone through text or third-party instant messaging apps like WhatsApp. Android and Windows users can access these calls from their web browsers. Apple says FaceTime calls on the web will remain private or end-to-end encrypted. Spatial audio and new microphone modes including voice isolation and wide spectrum make calls feel more natural and life-like. Taking some inspiration from Zoom, Apple has also brought grid view and portrait mode to FaceTime. Some of this has been long overdue, but it’s good that all this is finally happening.

Setup Experience:
                   Temporary iCloud storage to transfer your data
                    Now when you buy a new device you can use iCloud Backup to move your data to your new device, even if you’re low on storage. iCloud will grant you as much storage as you need to complete a temporary backup, free of charge, for up to three weeks. This allows you to get all your apps, data and settings onto your device automatically.
                   More content transferred from Android
                   Move to iOS can now also move your photo albums, files and folders, and Accessibility settings so your new iPhone feels even more like your own.
                     Accessibility settings so your new iPhone feels even more like your own.
App discoverability
                  It’s easier than ever to get the Move to iOS app. Simply scan the QR code, and you’ll be taken to the Google Play Store where you can download the app.

Other notable updates include “Live Text” to highlight text in photos or scenes straight through the camera app in real time, similar to Google Lens. Contrary to Google’s approach, Apple says Live Text works locally on-device. Another feature called “Visual Look Up” allows users to add more context to their surroundings. The Weather app has been updated with full-screen maps, and dynamic layouts while Notes is getting support for user-created tags. There's a whole lot more to iOS 15. But mostly this is a mid-cycle refresh meaning it's not radical or anything (relative to iOS 14), instead it’s all about under the hood refinements and polish making your iPhone more relevant to the times while setting the stage for what’s coming. A stable release is expected to be rolled out sometime in September.

iOS 15, iPadOS 15 public betas: 

The public beta is essentially a test version of the software that will come later this year alongside the new iPhone lineup. The idea behind the public beta is to let enthusiasts test out the early version of the software and help Apple identify bugs or software issues before the official release. The final version of iOS 15 will be released this fall.

iOS 15, iPadOS 15 public betas: How to install

The public beta is now available to download. However, keep in mind, this is pre-release software and it contains bugs so better to run the public beta version on the secondary iPhone or iPad.

# First things first, visit Apple’s beta software site on your iPhone or iPad and sign up or sign in using your Apple account.

#Sign up by selecting “enroll your devices” and agree to Apple’s terms.

# Choose the software you wish to try. You can also try testing iPadOS 15 in case you have a spare iPad.

#Tap the “Download profile” button.

#Open Settings, tap on the profile and hit install.

#Your phone will reboot.

#Go to Settings > General > Software Update > Download and Install.

iOS 15, iPadOS 15 public beta: List of compatible iPhones, iPads

Will my iPhone compatible with iOS 15? Well, Apple has published a list of devices that will receive the update when it officially launches iOS 15 later this year. It is easy to check if your iPhone will get iOS 15. Notably, if your iPhone is running iOS 14, then you can install the public beta on your device.

If you have one of these iPhones/iPads, your device is compatible with iOS 15/iPadOS 15.


iPhone 12 mini
iPhone 12
iPhone 12 Pro
iPhone 12 Pro Max
iPhone SE (2020)
iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone 11 Pro
iPhone 11
iPhone XS Max
iPhone XS
iPhone XR
iPhone X
iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone 8
iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 7
iPhone 6s
iPhone 6s Plus
iPhone SE (first generation)


iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation)
iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation)
iPad Pro 12.9-inch (4th generation)
iPad Pro 11-inch (2nd generation)
iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation)
iPad Pro 11-inch (1st generation)
iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd generation)
iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st generation)
iPad Pro 10.5-inch
iPad Pro 9.7-inch
iPad (8th generation)
iPad (7th generation)
iPad (6th generation)
iPad (5th generation)
iPad Mini (5th generation)
iPad Mini 4
iPad Air (4th generation)
iPad Air (3rd generation)
iPad Air 2

iPod Touch

iPod Touch (7th generation)

iOS 15, iPadOS 15: Top features

Both iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 will bring a lot of new features to the iPhone and iPads later this year. In iOS 15, users will be able to join a FaceTime call from their iPhone, Android or Windows device. Plus, the new FaceTime SharePlay features allow users to watch shows on Disney+ or other supported apps over videoconferencing.

Apple is adding Spatial Audio to FaceTime. Apple’s Messages app will be able to create a list called “Shared With You” that will track content shared within message threads across relevant apps. The Weather app gets a new design, while Maps is getting a lot of additional road details in cities.

The Photos app is getting an update as well. Your iPhone will able to identify and tell you more information about an animal, a landmark, a plant or an object. It will also users to copy text written on a board or in a photo. This feature is similar to Google Lens.

Meanwhile, Safari will see the search bar going to the bottom of the page on iPhone. Apple’s iPadOS 15, the latest version of its operating system for the iPad, features widgets on the home screen and better multitasking.


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