iOS 15: Release date and expected new features
iOS 15 is expected to be revealed at Apple’s annual WWDC dev-centric summit, which would most certainly have an online keynote in store for us. As is tradition, we are certain that most all new features of iOS to be demoed on stage, but the most intriguing ones would likely be unraveled as soon as the first developer beta of iOS 15 arrives. This usually doesn’t take very long and is available for download right after the respective keynote ends; we don’t think it will be any different with iOS 15.
iOS 15: Supported devices
iOS 15: Privacy
The latest iOS 14.5 beta pumped up the privacy of the iOS even further by automatically redirecting safe browsing data through Apple’s own servers and acting as a VPN of sorts, protecting you from the prying eyes of the advertising monstrosities prying for your data. Supposedly, we can expect similar privacy features to be part of iOS 15 as well.
iOS 15: Release date
This year’s WWDC developer summit will likely be an online-only event that will take place sometime in June, which seems to be Apple’s favorite month for software announcements. Aside from releasing a beta, this early reveal of iOS also gives plenty of headroom to app developers to prepare their apps for the upcoming changes and get up to speed on all the new features.
As far as the release of the official version of iOS 15, it will undoubtedly take place alongside the release of the iPhone 13 (iPhone 12S) series. Traditionally, iPhones are released in late September/early October, so expect the next version of iOS along those lines.
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