Apple also typically uses its September keynote presentations to confirm the release date of its next iOS update, which will be iOS 15 this time around.
This upgrade was announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference on June 7 as the successor to iOS 14. It boasts an update to notifications, that lets you change which apps can bother you depending on whether you’re at work, at home, or at the gym, for example.
These categories, known as Focus, will sync across all devices, so your iPad won’t start ringing with work calls at the weekend either.
iOS 15 also allows iPhone owners to make FaceTime calls to Android and Windows via a web link, noise-cancellation to stop background noise ruining your FaceTime Audio or video calls, photographs are grouped into albums in Messages, and new customisation for Memoji characters.
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