iOS 15.5 was launched for beta developers, which means it won’t take long for your iPhone to get another round of downloadable upgrades.
iOS 15 Available for over half a year, but still gets significant updates with the last update, iOS 15.4Introduces some welcome changes such as Face ID compatibility with masks. So iOS 15.5 has a tough process to follow.
Nothing has been found in iOS 15.5 yet, and it doesn’t look big enough to open your iPhone with face protection. But there are hints of some simple changes, such as wallet apps or new services aimed at fans of classical music and sports.
Below are all the changes seen so far in iOS 15.5. We will update this as many more things are discovered, so check back and see how it develops.
iOS 15.5 Latest News & Rumors (Updated April 7)
- A new feature Allows limited third party payments Detected in iOS 15.5 Beta, it shows that Apple is slowly allowing apps that allow you to spend money outside the App Store.
iOS 15.5 Release Date
Beta for iOS 15.5 is now available, but we do not recommend that everyone go and try this software immediately. The betas are enabled to verify that the features are usable and error-free, which means that downloading the beta on your iPhone is really nothing new for you to play. Or worse yet problems like data loss on your phone. Only try beta if you have a spare compatible device to safely sample the new version of the operating system.
As for the standard iOS 15.5 release – which most of us would like to download – there is no news yet. Since the beta is currently in effect, we think it will only take a month or two for it to come.
iOS 15.5: Features so far
There is no complete list of iOS 15.5 features as it is still new. These are the highlights of what has happened so far.
Apple Wallet Cash and Account Card
In the Apple Wallet app (found Macromers (Opens in new tab)), The cash menu now has the main Pay and Request buttons. These will make it easier to withdraw and withdraw money from your contacts than to go through your banking processor or go directly to the ATM. We hope this breaks out of beta and creates a stable release for regular users.
Small wallet change detected 9to5Mac (Opens in new tab) The iTunes Pass, the name of your gift card funds or other money in Apple services) seems to be renamed the Apple Account Card. Since Apple has decided not to use iTunes since Apple decided to separate its various functions into other applications, it makes sense for Apple to change the name of this feature. I wonder if this has not already been done.
The code for iOS 15.5 contains some references to the Apple Classical, a long-running gossip streaming application focused on orchestral music. The release of this app is not based on iOS 15.5, but the fact that it is present shows that Apple is preparing for an immediate release.
Another rumored feature mentioned in the code is SportsKit, an Apple software package that allows you to send live game scores and data to the home screen widget and read through Siri; It’s possible to do many more, but it’s not known right now because of limited access to Apple’s framework. Only specifically authorized partners can use the features of SportsKit, perhaps the official sports teams and owners.
Third party fees for applications
This will make it much easier to manage your subscriptions with your iPhone. Developer permissions have been found in the beta to allow users to use certain types of applications outside of Apple’s ecosystem, and there are similar warnings for users (see description below). Apple has not allowed this before, but Apple vs. After legal actions like Epic Games, iOS applications have no choice but to allow users to set and manage non-App Store fees.
Is also significant WWDC 2022 Announced on June 6th, there we will see the next full generation iOS, iOS 16, Introduced with the latest generation software for iPads, Macs, Apple Watches and more. We do not know much about what Apple is going to introduce here, but we are eager to know what is coming to our Apple devices in the future.
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