It will still be some time before iOS15 launch, but we’re already starting to hear some early leaks and rumors about the OS, you’ll find all of these below. We also have a good idea of when it will be launched, as well as what devices will support the OS. We expect it to be launched with IPhone 13.
Moreover, you will find a list of important improvements we want to see for iOS15, the latest version of IOS 14 Not without its problems, even if you change the entire OS.
The latest version of the current system is iOS 14.5, and we can also expect iOS 14.6 before the launch of iOS 15.
We will be updating this article continuously as we catch up on more news about Apple’s upcoming major iPhone software update, so stay tuned here!
One New reputation It is suggested that iOS 15 will introduce a redesigned dashboard for current iPhone models, along with support for two-factor authentication with Face ID and Touch ID for iPhone 13.
- What is that? The next big update to iOS
- When will it be available? Perhaps in September 2021, with a presentation on June 7
- What will it cost? It will be free
iOS 15 – release date
New versions of iOS usually arrive in mid-September, usually with the launch of a new iPhone. Therefore, iOS 15 will likely come at the same time IPhone 13, In 2020, however, it was launched IPhone 12 It’s October, but iOS 14 is still running on September 16th. This means that September 2021 is most likely the time when iOS 15 will be launched, even if the new iPhone takes some time.
Apple will likely introduce iOS 15 much earlier. Usually new versions of the OS will be revealed at the company’s WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) in June, so we expect to see iOS 15 in WWDC 2021 like Apple. Confirmed will happen June 7-11.
It will likely release beta for developers at the same time, with a public beta release later this month, so if you don’t have a problem with bugs, you can test iOS as early as the end of July.
Although we are discussing iOS 15 here, iPadOS 15 will follow the same release schedule. Until then, we have to settle for the new iOS 14.5.
- iPadOS 15How will it differ from iOS 15?
News and leaks
The first leak we learned about iOS 15 is related to accessibility. Rumor has it that only the system will be Available on iPhone 7 and later. This means that among the devices that support iOS 14, the iPhone 6S, the iPhone 6S Plus and the first iPhone SE will not be able to share the operating system.
Although the source of this information (a website called The Verifier) has had mixed success in its accuracy, it is very likely that Apple will remove the older generation with each new software update. The iPhone 6S also might not have iOS 14, so it’s a phone that has received many updates during its lifetime.
We heard the same thing from one Another source, Which states that the iPhone 6S is the device that will not be allowed to participate in the next software update. Sure, some will be upset by this fact, but it’s part of Apple’s regular update schedule.
We are also sure of the upcoming iOS update It will be called iOS 15. References to upcoming versions of iOS and macOS have recently appeared in the WebKit code, which is the best indication yet that it will call it iOS 15 and macOS 12.
Of course, the WebKit code doesn’t reveal much of what we can expect from the upcoming release of iOS, other than that the numbering continues in a logical sequence.
More Interesting rumor Is that iOS 15 will feature a redesigned control center for iPhone and iPad devices, along with support for two-factor authentication using Face ID and Touch ID.
The new Control Center is suggested to borrow design ideas from macOS Big Sur, with support for “drag and drop” customization along with a more compact aesthetic. Although we did not see any photos, we did see jailbroken phones (via WCCFTech) With mac-inspired dashboards, and we expect iOS 15-like design.
As for biometric two-factor authentication, which basically means that you need two identification functions before opening certain iPhone functions, the leak means that it is an exclusive function of iPhone 13. This indicates that Apple’s new flagship device will be supported for a long time. We talked about skärmintegrerade fingeravtrycksläsaren.
This is what we want to see
IOS 14 was a major upgrade that came with many improvements, but there are still things that iOS 15 can do better.
Support for all devices running iOS 14
Apple tends to give its devices long-term support, so we really can’t be angry when support for older devices is gone. However, we would like to see longer support for the new operating systems, in which case all devices that have iOS 14 also get support for iOS 15.
The models we’re considering are the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and the first iPhone SE, which are the closest to losing support. Rumors say they will not get iOS 15, which we think is true. But it was good to see that they would support the new program.
2. Siri Smarter
Siri is always improving with new versions of iOS. But even if the smart assistant is fine now, there is always room for improvement, especially since it is very clear that it is behind Google Assistant.
Basically what we want to see is for Siri to become better at our understanding, providing helpful and accurate answers to our questions. We also liked to see that it relied less on web searches and instead provided more detailed answers.
3. Better bike paths in Apple Maps
The Apple Maps app has been greatly improved over time, and two new features have improved the app even further. We’re talking bike trails and guides here, the latter being recommendations for things to see and do.
Unfortunately, these services are not available everywhere. At the moment it is limited to a small crowd of large cities. We want to review cycling routes over a larger geographic range, so that you can choose the safest and least energy-consuming paths between two points.
4. Wish list for the app store
The App Store previously had a wish list function, where you can add games and apps that you were interested in. This was especially useful for apps that cost money, as you might not be prepared to pay for the app at the time you saw it, but you would like to be able to save it for potential purchase later.
Unfortunately, Apple removed this feature several years ago, but we’d love to see it make a comeback with iOS 15.
5. Multiple languages in translation
With iOS 14, Apple launched a translation app in the operating system, which gave you a convenient way to translate other languages. But at launch, there was support for only 12 languages, which is much less than Google Translate and other competing services.
So, we’d like to see big improvements here for iOS 15. We think this is something Apple is still working on and new languages may appear even before the new release of iOS. But there is still a lot of work to do if Apple is looking to create the best translation app.