Apple to release iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8 in India today: Here’s almost everything to know

Apple will release its iPadOS 15 and iOS 15 later today. While the iOS update will come to the iPhone models lately released and the seventh-generation iPod touch, the current iPad models will get the iPadOS.

Apple has incorporated features such as Focus and SharePlay along with an upgraded FaceTime and messaging encounter in the iOS 15. The iPadOS 15, meanwhile, makes use of the Split View and Slide Over solutions to improve multitasking. Alongside the iOS updates, Apple will also release watchOS 8 update for the Apple Watch.

The Cupertino-based tech giant announced the iPadOS 15 and iOS 15 in the course of last week’s California Streaming occasion exactly where it unveiled the iPhone 13 series and new iPad. The updates would be offered on compatible devices in India this evening.

Devices such as the iPhone 6 series and upwards would be compatible with the iOS 15 update. These include things like the iPhone SE (2020) and the original iPhone SE. The update will come preloaded on the iPhone 13 series.

The update can be downloaded from the device settings. The update will download automatically if that selection is chosen. The update can also be downloaded on a device applying a Mac personal computer.

The new iOS will bring redesigned notifications and summary assistance. Pre-installed apps such as Safari, Apple Maps, and Siri will also be updated. Photos will get live text assistance and live text translation on the new operating program.

The update will also bring SharePlay that lets customers share films or shows with loved ones. It will also permit iPad and iPhone customers to share their screen more than FaceTime. Apple has also introduced a grid view to FaceTime with the speaker highlighted at the bottom.

iOS 15 will permit Apple owners to invite close friends by means of a hyperlink, enabling each Android and Windows customers to join FaceTime calls. The Shared with You section in the new Photos app will feature photos, hyperlinks, and other content shared through messages. Safari and Apple Music will also have the Shared with You section.

Originally appeared on: TheSpuzz