Apple released iOS 15.1: we tell you what's new and when to wait for the firmware

Apple released not only macOS Monterey on October 25, but also the stable version of iOS 15.1 for iPhone users.


The system weighs 1.37 GB and contains many useful changes. First of all, the developers added support for the SharePlay technology, which allows you to share Apple TV content, music and other applications with all participants in FaceTime conversations.

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The system also contains new quick commands,vaccination card support in Apple Wallet; and Chinese language support in the Translation app. From the useful, the developers have also fixed many bugs, and also added the ability to disable automatic switching between cameras when taking macro photos or videos on the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. By the way, these iPhone models also received support for shooting in ProRes.

When to expect

The update has already started rolling out over the air to all supported devices.

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