We’re just over a month away from showing iOS 15 in confirmed WWDC 2021, and Marc Gurman has just revealed some very interesting information about the new system that will be coming to the iPhone and iPad. As revealed in Bloomberg, iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 They will come with a redesigned home screen for iPads, an updated lock screen, and new notification settings.
Apple Developer Conference held in early June and throughout this month, the first beta versions of iOS 15. A little earlier, next week, we will see the most important update of iOS 14: the version iOS 14.5 includes many new features.
The leaked news of iOS and iPadOS 15
According to information disclosed by Gurman in his report, these are some of the news that Apple is preparing for your new operating systems.
- New home screen for iPad. According to Gurman in iPadOS 15, we will have a redesign of the home screen where we will see, in addition to other things, the possibility of being able to put widgets on the screen at any time, as it happens in the iPhone with iOS 14. You can even replace all the icons with widgets.
- Best on lock screen. The iPhone’s lock screen will include improvements, although these were not specified. We can see widgets or shortcuts on this important screen for iPhone.
- Manage notifications. Gurman says that in iOS 15 we will have different preferences in notifications, such as whether we want them to ring or not, depending on our current state. That is, it will allow users to choose whether they drive, work, sleep, or custom categories, and notifications will change based on that state. Even being able to set up automatic replies to messages depending on the state.
- confidentiality. Something very important to Apple that in iOS 15 will be reinforced, Gurman says that iOS 15 will include new alerts that will let us know when apps are secretly collecting data on us.
We’ll see if the improvements stay here or if there are more, the new one The iPad Pro has the M1 chip, the same as the Mac, so now it is able to do a lot more things, although for this the software must accompany.