iOS 15 will hit your iPhone sooner than you might think

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We finally know when iOS 15 will be released.

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Apple’s latest mobile operating system iOS 15 And iPad 15 Will be available for generally free download on Monday, September 20, the company said Press release After that iphone 13 event on Tuesday.

iOS brings many new features for iPhone, including facetime upgrade which make it more zoom-like and Allow Android and Windows users to join calls via browser link. apple too Apple Maps revamped With 3D street data, augmented reality walking direction and weather upgrades. tech giant too Adding support for digital driver licenses, in some states lets people upload their identity to their iPhone. (Many new features of iOS will also be available in MacOS Monterey.)

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In the meantime, iPadOS 15 will bring a number of similar features, as well as multitasking tools that make working on a tablet easier.

Apple has been continuously updating its iOS software since the first iPhone in 2007. In recent years, the company has launched a . added features like dark mode and new privacy features such as sign in with apple, which is designed to prevent apps from collecting information from you without your knowledge.

In 2019, Apple separated iPadOS from iOS, effectively promising that it would focus resources on new features for the iPad that may not come to the iPhone. The intention was to create an iPad experience that could be more competitive with the full computer experience. A new feature the company released for iPad is support for access external mouse or trackpad, makes it easier for people to use the device with the keyboard.

to find out If Your iPhone Will Be Compatible With iOS 15 Here. And if you can’t wait for the September 20th release, you can Download iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 Beta Now — But we do not recommend doing this on your primary device as there may still be some bugs.

Nerdshala’s Ian Sher contributed to this report.

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