Apple’s latest iPhone update, iOS 15.5, was released almost two weeks ago, and you may have noticed some new features and updates on your iPhone. If you still haven’t downloaded the iOS update, you are missing a few things.
The follow-up ofoffers a few small app upgrades and improvements that lay the groundwork for future larger iPhone updates (perhaps in the form of ). Instead of more important new features like and iOS 15.5 brings updates to Apple Cash, Photo Memories, and the Podcasts app, to name a few.
Here’s everything you need to know about iOS 15.5, from its release date to new features. To find out more, see(we might take a look at the next major iPhone update at ) and what you can do to . Additionally, there is a this will make typing easier.
iOS 15.5 release date
Apple released iOS 15.5 on May 16, alongside iPadOS 15.5.
How to download iOS 15.5?
You can download iOS 15.5 by going to Settings > General > Software Update > Download and Install. The 15.5 update is around 630MB.
The biggest functional change in 15.5 is the inclusion of Send and Ask buttons for. With these buttons in iOS 15.5, you can receive and send money directly from your Apple Cash card, saving you a few steps for these transactions.
A new feature in iOS 15.5 lets you change your podcast app settings to better manage your phone’s storage. The setting lets you limit the episodes stored on your phone and can automatically delete older episodes.
‘Sensitive places’ in Photo Memories
iOS 15.5 tweaks the Memories feature in Photos. Photos will no longer recommend memories of “sensitive places”, whose 9to5Mac notes are currently all Holocaust-related. Apple may expand this list of locations in the future.
iTunes Pass renamed Apple Balance
Another change is that the iTunes Pass feature for Wallet is renamed to Apple Balance. You will now find a separate card in Apple Wallet for Apple Balance, similar to how a credit card appears in your wallet.
There is no Apple Classical app in iOS 15.5. But MacRumors found references to a new Apple Classical app in the 15.5 beta that appears to be endgame forclassical music streaming service Last year. Future iOS updates may include a standalone classical music app.
More support for SportsKit
iOS 15.5 also offers more support for SportsKit becausein its content catalog.
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