Apple will provide many new features with iOS 15!

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Apple has officially introduced iOS 15. In line with recent leaks, there have been many far-reaching improvements in iMessage and FaceTime. A new system-wide emphasis has been placed on sharing and communication. More features related to privacy have also been added. New ways to take advantage of on-device intelligence have also been provided. iOS 15 will be rolled out to iPhone 6 and later devices by the end of this year. Developer previews have already started and a public beta version will be launched next month itself. One feature that was not mentioned in the opening notes of WWDC 2021 but was shown in the background slide is the Hindi language support in the iOS Quickpath Swipe keyboard.

New FaceTime features in iOS 15

Staying connected with loved ones during the global lockdown and quarantine had become a challenging task. Apple says that it has made this easier with the help of the new FaceTime feature. FaceTime calls now feel closer to reality while talking. Users will now also be able to take advantage of spatial audio. With the help of this feature, it will seem as if two people are sitting in the same room and talking face to face. With the help of voice isolation, the desired sound can be promoted by blocking unwanted sound. During video calls, Portrait Mode blurs the background and keeps the focus on the person talking. FaceTime users will now be able to invite others by sending a link. Additionally, through screen sharing, participants will also be able to share information in any app during group research.
The new feature of SharePlay also gives the option to synchronize the video being watched or audio being heard during a FaceTime call. Which can also be controlled by other users. Any media can also be played on Apple TV during a FaceTime chat. Apps like Disney+, Hulu, HBOMax, TikTok, Masterclass, NBA, and Paramount+ are also working on incorporating SharePlay.

New iMessage Features in iOS 15

The iMessage feature in iOS 15 helps users quickly find articles, photos, and other content shared in chats. You can save a shared playlist in Apple Music. And shared photos can be automatically brought to the library. While filtered for screenshots and memes you don’t want to save.

New notifications and Focus features in iOS 15

Notifications have been given a new and fresh look and larger icons for apps along with contact photos. This makes it easier to identify apps. The new Notification Summary can be customized as per your convenience so that unwanted notifications can be prevented from coming every time. With this, users will not miss the messages sent by people because it is for those apps which keep sending updates from time to time.
With the Focus mode feature, you can work in a focused manner at any time of the day. Many types of focus modes have been provided for this. Each focus mode can be linked to a dedicated home screen page that shows only compatible widgets and app icons to reduce distractions.

New Photos features in iOS 15

On-device intelligence will help detect and extract live text from photos. You can capture information on a whiteboard or even handwritten notes. The photos present in the library will also be automatically scanned.
Live Text will be able to understand 7 types of languages ​​including Chinese. On-device intelligence can also recognize objects and scenes such as dog breed, type of flower, famous works of art, books, pets, landmarks, etc. Photo Memories can turn captured photos into heartfelt movies. Users will be able to set their memories to the music of their choice from Apple Music. Memory videos can be created and edited instantly.

New Search features in iOS 15

Photos as well as text in photos can now be searched through Spotlight in iOS 15. Photographs may refer to people, scenes, places or elements. You can use it to find a picture of a specific receipt, handwritten note, recipe, or screenshot. Search also has new rich results for contacts that show call, text, FaceTime, and email shortcuts if they’ve been shared through Find My. There are also new good results for actors, musicians, TV shows and movies.

New Wallet, Maps, and Weather features in iOS 15

Apple Wallet will support Ultra Wideband position-aware location so that users can unlock and drive their car without taking their iPhone out of their bag or pocket. You will also soon be able to unlock your home. Hotels or offices that already have a range of partners onboard for lock and access systems will be able to tap to enter. By the end of the year, approximately 1000 Hyatt hotels will have support for zero-contact access. Which can be activated even before you reach.

Apple Maps is getting an interactive globe that invites users to tap and explore. A new night time mode will reflect the moonlit area of ​​the night. Granular details for roads have been added to help drivers see road conditions better. Complex interchanges and intersections will be shown in 3D. Transit directions will help people find nearby stations and notify users when it’s time to get off a train or bus. Maps AR can also help you with positioning and directions.

The Weather app is getting an update with new data and layout with different graphics that change depending on conditions like rain or air quality. New graphics will help users understand wind, UV and barometric pressure data. Full screen and high resolution weather maps will also show temperature and air quality.

New iPadOS 15 features

Many improvements have been made in iPadOS 15 to suit the larger screen. Widgets can now be positioned alongside app icons on all home screens. There are new widgets for Find My and Contacts. Whereas larger format has been given for Game Centre, Apple TV, Photos and Files etc. Multitasking is about to get easier. Windows can now be minimized in a new area called Shelf so that multiple windows can be managed simultaneously.

In Notes in iPadOS 15, you can now add other people by @ to see what changes are happening to shared notes. Hashtags can be used anywhere and referenced to help find notes quickly. Systemwide Quick Notes can be created by swiping in from a corner of the iPad screen and capturing information from any app, such as a Safari URL, etc.

iPadOS 15 also includes a Translate app that lets people practice handwriting with Apple Pencil and work in Split View. Auto translate detects when you are speaking and in which language.
With the help of Swift Playgrounds, users will now be able to create iOS apps on iPad. These can be run and viewed and can also be directly submitted to the App Store.

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