Apple's annual update is weaker than usual, but it's not a problem. Every year, Apple releases a major update of its operating systems for the iPhone and iPad that paves the way for a year of futuristic change. This year iOS 15 introduces new FaceTime and Messages features, changes to existing apps and notifications, and most importantly, a new way to manage apps and notifications called Focus.
Honestly, this is a relatively modest update compared to what we saw last year. This is reinforced by the fact that some of the key features that Apple announced in June have not made it to the initial release of iOS 15. Need to step up your efforts to upgrade to the new version of iOS, with more settings and new colors?
As always, let's start by looking at which devices are still supported.Table of contents Supported devices Supported iPhone models Supported iPad models Supported iPod models Features Limitations Devices used in this review Focus on custom pages Notifications Home focus, satiety, and machine learning Visualization Live Text Spotlight Siri shared what two shared with you With the release of the new iOS version . But this time it didn't happen. iOS 15 supports all similar iOS 14 phones from last year. The same goes for iPadOS and supported tablets.
Here is the full list of supported devices for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. Here (in this article we focus on the iPhone, but a short extension that will switch to iPad in the next few days)Ads support for iPhone 13 models Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini iPhone 11 iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max iPhone XR iPhone X iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus iPhone 6S iPhone 6S Plus iPhone SE (1st and 2nd generation) Supported iPad models iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1st and 2nd generation) 3, 4) iPad Pro 11-inch (1st and 2nd generation) iPad Pro iPad 10.5-inch iPad Pro 9.7-inch iPad (5th, 6th, and 7th generation) iPad mini (4th and 5th generation) iPad Air (2nd and 3rd generation) Supported models iPod touch (7th generation) Feature limitations
While iOS 15 can be installed on all of the above devices, only That there are a few new features and special improvements only on some iPhones that work. Here is the list.
iPhones with A12 chip and higherFaceTime: FaceTime Portrait Mode: FaceTime Audio Separation: FaceTime Space Audio: Large Collection of Maps: Interactive Globe Maps: New Detailed Maps City: All-Weather Tracks: LiveText Siri Animated Backgrounds: On-Device Speech Processing, Personalization, and Optimization Siri: Offline Keyboard Support: On-Device and Continuous Dictation
iPhone 8 and later Health: Gaitability
iPhone 7 and later p> Music: Spatial audio with dynamic head trackers used in this review
Page images, information, and impressions based on this review and also available for iOS 15 RC and iPadOS 15 RC. As a generic version for both. Devices used include iPhone XS, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, and 11-inch iPad Pro 2021. We haven't tested iOS 15 on iPod touch.
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