All iPhones, from 6s to 12 Pro Max, will be able to install iOS 15 starting September 20. The same day, iPadOS 15 will also be deployed.
Announced in June during WWDC, iOS 15 will be available on September 20. Unlike last year, where Apple had released the new version of its operating system the day after its conference, this time there will be a more normal delay between the keynote and the release of the new iOS. It must be said that, last year, this launch in 24 hours had pissed off many developers (their applications had not had time to be approved by Apple). By next Monday, they should have time to finalize their applications to allow them to exploit the new in Apple OS 2021.
iOS and iPadOS on the same day
Available on all iPhone from 6s (a smartphone released in 2015!), IOS 15 brings some interesting new features such as“ Concentration ”mode to reduce thehe number of notifications we receive, a redesign of the notification center with a new, more sober interface, a few redesigned applications (Maps, Weather, Safari, etc.) or “Live Text” to copy and paste text from a photo or any screenshot. Some features of iOS 15, like SharePlay to watch a movie together during a FaceTime call or Private Relay to hide its IP address will be available later.
In addition to iOS 15, Apple will launch iPadOS 15 on September 20, an update to its tablet which, in more to share a large number of new features with iOS 15, offers a redesign of multitasking and new practical functions comme Quick Note so as not to forget what is briefly going through his mind. watchOS 7, for the Apple Watch, could arrive a little later, Apple not giving a date in its press release. On the other hand, we imagine that tvOS 15, for Apple TVs, should appear on the same day.
The list of eligible products
• iPhone 6s, SE, 7, 8, X, XR, XS, 11, SE 2, 12, 13
• iPod touch 7
• iPad mini 4, 5
• iPad Air 2, 3, 4
• iPad 5, 6, 7, 8
• All iPad Pro
Usually, Apple rolls out new updates at 7:00 PM.