Some new features of iOS 15 for iPhone have already been leaked — 2022
On June 7, the inaugural event of the WWDC will be held in which we will finally learn about the following versions of Apple software, including the long-awaited iOS 15 for the iPhone. Not too many news about it are usually leaked, since they are secret projects carried out entirely in the Apple Park. However, there has been an analyst who has leaked a small preview with the most outstanding news that we would see in this new mobile operating system.
iOS 15 would bring highly demanded changes
Obviously, each company always tries to satisfy its users, although the truth is that they do not always comply with it or at least not in the time that they want. However, it seems that Apple this year intends to satisfy several requests that have been made for years. It has been the analyst Connor Jewwis who, through his Twitter account, has claimed to have already seen this iOS 15, highlighting 5 new features that seem to be the most relevant, although without giving too many details about them:
When I said I’d seen some iOS 15, I’m not going to disappoint:
◼️- Dark Mode UI tweaks
- Messages app tweaks
- Food tracking and other new features in Health
- Confirmation of UI changes from previous screenshot rumor
- New notification settings and look on lockscreen
— Connor Jewiss (@connorjewiss) May 25, 2021
iOS 15 dates you should know
Everything mentioned above is still unofficial information in the end, despite the fact that the data that the analyst has counted does not seem misguided with what others had commented on in previous weeks and months. What is certain is that in addition to being presented on June 7, Apple will launch the first beta for developers of that iOS 15 and the rest of operating systems. It will then remain in beta throughout the summer months, incorporating improvements and potential new features not announced at WWDC.
After this beta period, in mid-September, the final versions are expected to be released for all users. This year it is expected to be compatible with iPhone 7 and later, although we will have to wait for WWDC to confirm it. It is likely that this launch date also coincides with that of the new iPhone that the company will launch this year and that would already bring that iOS 15 as standard.