" What's new in iOS 15 & iPadOS 15!"
Apple CEO Tim Cook At WWDC 2021
Apple fanatic or now not, there’s no denying that the worldwide developer conference (WWDC) has established itself as a strong fixture within the tech industry. the yearly event, after all, is in which Apple unveils its plans for the approaching years, with new product announcements and software upgrades set to take center stage. This year’s generation is no exclusive, because the iOS 15, macOS Monterey, and iPadOS 15 were given a legitimate screen for the first time, amongst a slew of other capabilities that include new and progressed privacy settings.
On June 7, Apple in his infamous World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2021, announced some seriously big news including the major operating system updates for all its products running on iOS, macOS, iPadOS, and watchOS.
When to expect iOS 15?
Now, this is where most of us get pretty curious to actually know when can we expect the official releases, While the developer beta was released shortly after WWDC 2021, the iOS 15 public beta went live at the end of June, and it's available for anyone with an iOS 15-compatible device. It is worth noting that this is not the finished software – just the first of many public beta versions that will slowly add new features.
All features will arrive in iOS 15's finished and full release, which we expect to come out alongside the iPhone 13.