iOS, iPadOS 15, and watchOS 8 will be released on September 20. iPadOS 15 will be available on compatible tablets on the same day, and watchOS 8 will be available for the Apple Watch.
iOS and iPadOS 15 bring many new features and design changes to iPhone and iPad. iPadOS 15 allows widgets to be placed on the Home screen rather than being moved to their own screen. New multitasking controls make it easy to set up and control multiple apps simultaneously. Notifications have been redesigned, and the new notification summary view attempts to show the most important notifications at a given time.
This is closely related to Focus and allows you to create work and family profiles. time, game or any other category. In each Focus view, you will see different programs and notifications and your chosen focus will be synced to the devices.
iOS and iPadOS 15 contain several redesigned apps, designed by Apple such as Safari and Weather. There are also many new or improved AI-related features across the operating system, such as the ability to type in semantic search terms and display images that contain any typed object. The Pan-Man digital pan and zoom, called the Center Stage and formerly limited to the iPad Pro, is now coming to the iPad Mini. With the Apple Watch, as well as improved text editing, support for new smart home features and new ways to use the wallet, among other features. This update adds crash detection to cycling and improved support for ebikes, with better detection of human and ebike workload, for more accurate calorie burn calculations.
Upgrade to iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and watchOS 8 will be free when supported devices are released.
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