Apple releasing iOS 15 on September 20
Apple has confirmed that iOS 15 will be available to download on September 20, bringing several major new features to iPhone, including SharePlay in FaceTime, redesigned Notifications, updates to iMessage, Maps, Weather and Siri, new privacy tools, a redesigned browsing experience with Safari, and more.
The update will be available for all devices that currently run iOS 14, from the latest iPhone 12 series to the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE (1st and 2nd generation), and the iPod touch (7th generation). iOS 15 will be pre-installed on the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
SharePlay, the new FaceTime feature that allows users to listen to songs, watch movies, share their screens, and view apps together during FaceTime calls, won’t be available with the initial release of iOS 15 in the fall, with Apple confirming last month that a future iOS 15 update will enable the feature later in the year.
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