Launched at the WWDC 2021 conference taking place early this morning in Vietnam time, iOS 15 brings many improvements such as the Focus feature that allows adjusting the appearance of notifications based on different activities, or applications. FaceTime supports noise filtering.
Also, Siri on iOS 15 can work without the Internet. The new version also adds Privacy Report, which automatically sends a weekly report on how often each app’s location, microphone or camera is accessed.
iOS 15 will be widely updated in the fall, supporting iPhone 6s and above. The developer beta of iOS 15 has been released, and the user trial will be available in July.
After the launch of iOS 15, Apple said that users can choose to stay in iOS 14. If they stay in iOS 14, users will continue to receive important patches, but not experience new features on iOS. 15. Of course, they can choose to upgrade to iOS 15 at any time.
It is known that this is the first time that the US technology giant allows users to stay on the old iOS but still receive security updates. Previously, patches for the old operating system were only released for devices that could not update to the new version like iPhone 5s or iPhone 6. If the device is still supported, users must update to the latest iOS if want to receive security patches.
This makes some people uncomfortable when the new iOS can be buggy, unstable on some devices, especially older iPhone models.
In addition, businesses also have difficulty in quickly updating applications and systems to be compatible with the new iOS. Now, iFan followers can choose to use iOS 14 for a while before deciding to upgrade to iOS 15.