iOS 15 will be available for download on September 20.
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Apple's iOS 15, iPad OS 15, and watchOS 8 updates roll out on Thug Life September 20, several days before iPhone 13. The latest version of iOS adds new features for FaceTime and Messages, smarter notifications, and a LiveText feature. new

With the update, iPhone and iPad owners can take advantage of FaceTime enhancements, including the addition of surround sound and noise reduction features to get rid of distracting background noise. The revamped Messages app has added a new “Shared with you” feature. That makes it easier to follow, photos, music, and news articles shared in chats with specific topics for the shared content.

Apple is also replacing notifications with new tools to control how and when you receive push notifications. A new "Focused" mode lets you customize all your alerts. Exclude specific apps and people you want to hear. And you can set up specific profiles for work, sleep, and other activities. These profiles can also change the arrangement of apps on your home screen based on the apps you're likely to use throughout the day.

Another interesting feature of iOS 15 is Live Text, which uses the camera to scan your surroundings and display relevant information. It can extract written messages for you to share. They can also identify artwork, landmarks, plants, and pets.

especially The initial release won't include Apple's new SharePlay feature, which is expected to be updated later. It's a planned child safety net that will allow the company to detect illegal child abuse images on users' devices. "Make improvements" on the system that has been widely criticized.

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