Apple has released the third developer beta of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 to all registered developers for compatible iPhones and iPads. If you have not installed the iOS 15 developer beta on your iPhone, you can join Apple’s public beta program to try out the latest OS. iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 are scheduled for . The second public beta of IOS 15 and iPadOS 15 should also be released within the next day. Follow our guide to immediately install the iOS 15 public beta on your iPhone. There are plenty of new features in iOS 15. Check out some of the key ones below.
iOS 15 Features
FaceTime is getting a significant upgrade in iOS 15. With video calls surging in popularity over the last year machine learning to block all ambient noise and focus on your voice., Apple is making critical changes to make FaceTime calls more natural. FaceTime calls will now support to make it sound like they are sitting in the room with you. Voice isolation uses
FaceTime is getting grid view support to makecalls easier, making it easier to view multiple callers at once. To make the experience better, FaceTime is also getting a portrait mode, which will blur the background. You can also schedule FaceTime calls using FaceTime links, which you can share with your friends or family ahead of time. Apple ialso allowsAndroid and Windows users to join FaceTime calls using the . iOS 15 also brings SharePlay to FaceTime. This will enable you to or video while on a FaceTime call. Apple is also introducing a SharePlay API so other apps and can hook into it.
Sharing Becomes Easier in Messages
The updated Messages app in iOS 15 now has a newfor group photos. Any links shared with you in the Messages app will also show up in the Shared With You section of Apple News. This allows you to read any content at a later date easily. You can also pick up on the conversation within the . Similar functionality will also be mreaching , Safari, Podcast, Apple TV, Photos, and more.
Redesigned Notifications and Focus
Apple is redesigning notifications in iOS 15, with contact photos and icons now visible in the reports. It is also adding a Notification Summary that gives you a summary of all your unread notifications. If you have Do Not Disturb enabled, the other party sending you awill inform you about this. iOS 15 also debuts Focus profiles so that you can set different profiles for app notifications and layout. For example, you can select the work apps from which you want notification alerts when at work. You can also set different layouts for each profile. Any Focus profile you place will also be synced to your other devices.
iPadOS 15 Features
Widgets on Hthe ome Screen
The redesigned home screen experience on iPadOS 15 is similar to what Apple introduced in iOS 14 App Library is also coming to the iPad with iPadOS 15. The App Library feature is built into the dock, and you can hide home screen pages.. To mbetter usethe large display, Apple is introducing a new 4×4 widget size.
Apple is improving the multitasking experience in iPadOS 15. Using the new multitasking bar, you can now efficiently run apps in Split View mode. You can now run apps Split View right from the multitasking View by dragging one app on top of another. You can also minimize an app window to the Shelf.
The Notesin iPadOS 15. You can also add tags in Notes to make it easier to find. Apple is also debuting QuickNote in iPadOS 15. You can swipe from the corner of the display using your to open a new QuickNote. This shortcut will work from anywhere in the OS, so you can easily create quick notes when browsing a page in Safari or reading an email. You can also swipe between Quick Notes.