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iOS 15: seven new features coming to the iPhone that you should try | Digital Trends Spanish


On September 20, 2021, the deployment of iOS 15, Apple’s brand new mobile operating system, to all compatible iPhones begins. And if you did not participate in the public beta, we will tell you what the Seven features coming to iPhone with iOS 15 and what you should try

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Seven features coming with iOS 15

Focus

The Focus function is one of the main novelties of iOS 15. It is a tool that helps you focus and reduce distractions, filtering notifications and applications according to the activity you want to focus on.

Focus allows you to activate an option to block all distractions, but it also has settings for activities such as working, exercising or driving, among others.

In addition, the device uses your activity history to suggest apps and people whose notifications you do not want to disable; In addition to offering you personalized settings based on your location or time of day. While your contacts will know that your notifications are muted, they can always send you an urgent message.

Facetime

With iOS 15, the FaceTime app supports Apple’s Spatial Audio feature, transforming calls into an enhanced experience. Additionally, microphone modes separate the user’s voice from background noise. Another feature is the Portrait mode that allows users to blur the background.

iOS 15 also allows you to share experiences with SharePlay through FaceTime. In this way, while connecting through the app, they can watch a movie or TV show together on a service streaming or listen to songs with Apple Music.

Notifications

And in terms of notifications, they have a new look that shows the photos of contacts to identify them more quickly, as well as icons of larger apps. iOS 15 also provides a daily summary of notifications, which are automatically sorted based on priority.

In addition, the Urgent Notifications feature allows you to prioritize some important alerts so that you do not overlook them, such as a bank fraud warning or the due date of a payment.

LiveText in photos

Live Text is another of the novelties of iOS 15. It allows to recognize the texts of an image, and offers users the possibility of copying and pasting them anywhere else, using it for searching, or translating it.

For example, the function can transcribe the text of an image of a handwritten family recipe or capture a phone number for a store with the option to make a call. The camera app also instantly recognizes and copies text, such as a Wi-Fi address or password.

Siri

Siri, the iPhone virtual assistant, incorporates a voice recognition system that allows all requests to be processed on the same device, without the need to connect to the internet. In addition to protecting your privacy, Apple ensures that this tool will make performance faster.

More privacy

In addition to Siri, iOS 15 also offers other privacy enhancements. The operating system incorporates the Mail Privacy Protection function, which prevents the sender from knowing if you opened an email and hides the IP addresses, so that the senders cannot know the location of the users.

However, it is the privacy report of each application that is the most advanced. It allows you to know how the applications use the permissions you have given to your location, photos, camera, microphone and contacts in the last seven days and with which other domains they are contacted. It is a complement to the privacy label of the app, incorporated in iOS 14.

Apple ID

iOS 15 will allow you to choose one or more people you trust to be your Account Recovery Contacts, and help you reset your password and regain access to Apple ID, in case you forget it. In addition, it allows you to designate a Legacy Contact.

On which devices is iOS 15 available

The iOS 15 operating system, whose beta version began in mid-2021, is available from September 20, 2021 on the following phones:

  • iPhone 13
  • iPhone 13 mini
  • iPhone 13 Pro
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max
  • iPhone 12
  • iPhone 12 mini
  • iPhone 12 Pro
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • iPhone XS
  • iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 6s
  • iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE (First Generation)
  • iPhone SE (Second Generation)

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