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iOS 15 brings new FaceTime and AI features on September 20


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Tim Cook discusses the new iPhones at Apple's event on September 14, 2021.

Tim Cook discusses the new iPhones at Apple's event on September 14, 2021. (credit: Nathan Mattise)

The next major release of the operating system for iPhones, iOS 15, will arrive on September 20, Apple announced at its product event on Tuesday. iPadOS 15 will hit compatible tablets the same day, and watchOS 8 will be available for the Apple Watch.

iOS and iPadOS 15 bring several new features and design changes to the iPhone and iPad. iPadOS 15 lets widgets reside on the home screen instead of being relegated to their own dedicated screen. New multitasking controls make it easier to launch and control multiple concurrent apps. Notifications have been redesigned, and a new notification summary view attempts to show notifications that are most relevant at a given time.

The new features tie in closely with Focus, which gives you the ability to create profiles for work, family time, gaming, or other categories. You'll see different apps and notifications in each Focus view, and your currently selected Focus is synced across devices.

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