iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and WatchOS 8: that’s when you can update

On this day full of news, Apple also officially announced the new ones iOS 15, iPadOS 15 e WatchOS 8 which will be free for installation on compatible iPhones, iPads and Watches.

After the arrival of several Betas, the new operating systems have reached the Gold phase (stable final). All three will bring with them many and important news which we will list you in the drafting of the article.

WatchOS 8

One of the most important new features of iOS 15 is the mode Focus: a particular scenario that will be fully customizable by the user and will include various functions such as do not disturb extended to specific applications and people who may or may not contact us and notify us.

It is clear that such a tool will allow you to create different situations that can alternate with a click, such as the transition from work to leisure and vice versa.

WatchOS 8

One of the most important innovations of iPad OS 15 is that relating to multitasking with the possibility now of dividing the display in an even more optimized way, thus increasing productivity.

In addition, the Widgets increase, incorporate new functions and the user will be free to place them where he pleases. There is also an App library, that is a space where to insert and place the Apps we need in a completely personal way.

iPhone 13 Pro

On WatchOS 8, on the other hand, we will focus on app updates Salute and, in support of this, there will be the introduction of new workouts in the training mode and quadrants with the possibility of keeping an eye on these data.

It will also be easier and more versatile to communicate with our contacts thanks to the advanced text entry possibilities such as voice dictation, handwriting and keyboard writing, as well as the now ubiquitous emojis.

ipad mini

iOS 15 will be available for update starting September 20;

iPadOS 15 will be available for update starting in the fall;

WatchOS 8 will be available for update starting September 20.


Source: Tom's Hardware by www.tomshw.it.

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