0Whether you're getting Apple’s new iPhone 13 or holding onto a six-year-old iPhone 6S, iOS 15 will be available to download to your phone starting Monday, Sept. 20. The new version of iOS has been in public beta for months undergoing a variety of tweaks leading to the final release. I've been testing iOS 15’s new features, and everything from bigger additions like FaceTime call weblinks for friends on Android and Windows to smaller changes like pinning conversations to the top of the Messages app have improved the iPhone without disrupting the daily status quo.
02:52 - Focus 04:15 - Portrait Mode for FaceTime 04:50 - Notification Summary 05:40 - Live Text 06:18 - Features missing at launch
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