Apple has unveiled release candidates build of iOS 15.5, iPadOS 15.5 & watchOS 8.6 updates to developers only for testing objectives. You can understand it with Apple releasing a conclusive beta for all these upcoming updates.
Recently, Apple discontinued its revolutionary music player product, the iPod, but there was a significant reason for that, and now it is entirely sold in online stores.
The previous update, iOS 15.4, was packed with immediate changes and features, but it is a minor update. It doesn’t contain something great but fixes some significant bugs. As Apple’s algorithm works regarding update betas, so it would be the last version for testing.
Here’s List of New Feature of iOS 15.5, iPadOS 15.5 & watchOS 8.6
As of now, only developers can access these features to test through the Apple Developer Center.
iOS 15.5 & iPadOS 15.5 Features
Upfront, we noted in iOS 15.5 beta 1 that upcoming features would focus more on new digital payment functions & abilities. Apple Wallet will introduce a new feature for Apple Cash customers, the ability to send and request money from their Apple Cash card directly.
It fixes some bugs for HomeKit and fixes an issue for home automation where home automation may resulting fail when people who arrive or leave trigger it.
And after all, Apple Podcasts now has a new setting, which allows limiting episodes stored on your iPhone and can automatically delete the older ones.
Some features listed above might differ slightly for iPadOS 15.5, and some might not be available for some regions. Besides, you can check out official notes for more information.
According to Apple’s release notes, the watchOS 8.6 update contains new functionality which is related to ECG and an irregular heart rhythm detection feature. Also, It includes some minor integration with some features around Apple Pay and Apple Wallet, which we reported earlier.
The iOS 15.5, iPadOS 15.5 & watchOS 8.6 stable update will be available for users next week. Also, You can download our mobile-friendly application through the play store for upfront and the latest tech updates.