Apple Releasing iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 on September 20th : Latest Updates

Apple Releasing iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 on September 20th : Latest Updates

On September 20th, Apple is unveiling iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. At WWDC 2021, the firm announced the release of new operating system updates that were available for public beta throughout the summer.

The new versions of iOS and iPadOS feature a mix of interesting options. Updates include new features, such as the addition of notifications summaries, the creation of Focus modes for different notification lists, improvements to FaceTime to allow cross-platform calls with Android and Windows users, and a new Safari design.


The iPadOS is finally out, bringing the app library and resizable widgets (along with other neat Apple innovations in iOS 15). A new menu for split screen and a “shelf” for organising apps that offer separate windows are among the new features Apple is introducing as part of its software update.

iOS 15 is packed with new features that help you connect with others, be more present and in the moment, explore the world and use powerful intelligence to do more with iPhone than ever before.

New experiences. True connections.

Staying in touch is more essential than ever. With SharePlay, you can watch together, listen together and share your screen right inside FaceTime. FaceTime calls also sound and feel more natural. And Messages makes it even easier to find and enjoy the great content shared from friends and family.

Introducing SharePlay

Keep FaceTime conversations going as you watch TV shows and movies, listen to music or share your screen. SharePlay is an entirely new way to have experiences with family and friends, no matter the distance


Watch together

Stream movies and TV shows while on a FaceTime call with friends. With synced playback and controls, you’ll see everyone laugh, jump and react to the same moments at the same time. And the volume automatically adjusts, so you can keep talking while you watch.

Listen together

Get together and listen to an album with friends. The whole group can see what’s next and add songs to a shared queue with synced playback and easy-to-use controls.

Share your screen