Apple has officially taken the wraps off of iOS 15, the next version of its operating system for iPhone users. The company says it designed iOS 15 with four different things in mind. The update was presented by Apple VP Craig Federighi. Here’s what’s new.
Federghi says that iOS 15 was created with these four focuses:
- Staying connected
- Finding focus
- Using intelligence
- Exploring the world
iOS 15 includes a handful of new features for FaceTime, including new features to help it compete with services like Zoom.
- Spatial Audio support
- Grid view for videos
- Portrait mode for videos
- FaceTime links
- Join FaceTime calls from the web on Android and Windows
- SharePlay for sharing content during FaceTime, including screen shoaring, music, and more
SharePlay can work with third-party apps and streaming services using an API available to developers. Apple is already working with Disney+, Hulu, HBO Max, TikTok, NBA, Twitch, and more.