This fall is poised to be jam-packed with operating system updates, ranging from Windows 11 to Android 12, but for iPhone users, the most anticipated upcoming update is undoubtedly iOS 15.
There are numerous enhancements coming to Apple’s mobile OS, including better notification management, the ability to invite Windows and Android users to FaceTime calls and a new copy/paste mechanic that bridges the digital and real-world in a surprising way.
iMessage is also getting some new enhancements that make it easier to organize images and links sent between friends.
Beyond that, Apple showed off new Apple Wallet features that should make it easier for companies to incorporate NFC-based keys into the iPhone, which in turn, should mean fewer things in your pockets.
Keep up with MobileSyrup for all the latest iOS 15 news and check out our prior coverage below:
- Apple’s iOS 15 includes revamped notifications, SharePlay, new FaceTime features and more
- Here’s how to install iOS 15’s, iPadOS 15’s and watchOS 8’s public beta
- iOS 15’s update choice could hint at bigger changes to come in iOS 16
- These iOS 15 features require an iPhone XS or newer
- SyrupCast 239: Unpacking WWDC 2021 — iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8 and more
- iOS 15 lets Siri work on a locked iPhone as long as you have an Apple Watch
- Apple will still offer security updates to people who don’t update to iOS 15
- Apple’s ‘Find My’ network can find devices when they’re offline with iOS 15
- Apple’s App Privacy Report won’t launch with iOS 15 in the fall
- These devices will get the iOS 15, iPadOS 15 or macOS Monterey updates