Apple iOS 15, iPad OS 15 and Watchos 8 updates will be released on September 20.The latest version of iOS adds new FaceTime and Messages, smarter notifications and a new livetext feature.
With the update, iPhone and iPad users can take advantage of FaceTime improvements, including adding space and audio functions and noise reduction, to eliminate background sounds, according to Engadget.
iOS 15 will be available on September 20
The message application adds a new feature "shared with you" that makes it easier to track photos, music and news items that are shared with a dedicated section for shared content.
Apple also changes its notifications, with new tools to control how and when you get push alerts.The new "focus" modes allow you to adjust all the alerts, except for the applications and the people you specifically want to hear.
You can also set specific profiles for work, sleeping and other activities like this.These profiles can also change the disposition of applications on the starting screen, based on the applications you are most likely to use throughout the day.
One of the most interesting features of iOS 15 is Live Text, using the camera to scan the surroundings and display relevant information.If you straighten your phone to a white sheet, for example, you may remove the written text to be distributed.It could also identify works of art, landmarks, plants and pets.
The initial version will not include Apple's new Shareplay features, which is expected in a later update.The company also recently confirmed that it will delay the most controversial features of iOS 15: Planned child safety update, which will allow the company to detect illegal images with children abuse, on users' devices..Apple said earlier this month that it was late for changes to "improve" the wide -scale system.