We’re less than two weeks away from seeing official iOS 15 details during WWDC21, so it’s fitting that some of its news is leaking. This time we see that they ended up on Twitter by Connor Jewiss.
Jewiss claims to have seen some of the new features in iOS 15, including changes to the dark system interface, iMessage improvements, and a new section of the Health app that will encourage us to record what we eat
An iOS with more and more native functions
There are already several apps that allow us to keep track of what we eat and drink, with the intention of improve our diet and thus lead a healthier life. Now it looks like Apple has learned from these apps and will make this feature native to the system which will be integrated with the rest of the health apps.
iOS 15 will probably be what makes the news for the rest of the operating systems that will be presented at WWDC21. Remember that from this point on the developers will start working on their beta versions, with estimated circulation for the general public from mid to late September.