Apple‘s iOS 15 update will bring lots of new features to your iPhone when it launches this fall. Apple announced the latest iPhone software this week during its big annual developer conference when it highlighted some of the changes.
The update will give you more options for FaceTime video chat including, yes, finally talking with friends on Android. It also brings new privacy features that help protect your email and show you how often apps access things like your camera and microphone. And later this winter, you may even be able to add your driver’s license to Apple Wallet, depending on where you live.
There are a lot of changes, but I’m going to highlight some of the ones that stand out most to me. They’re available for developers to test now and anyone will be able to test a beta version starting in July. Otherwise, expect to see these on your iPhone in the fall. It’ll be available for the iPhone 6s and newer.
FaceTime SharePlayApple iOS 15 will let you watch movies, TV shows and more with friends over FaceTime.Apple
FaceTime is getting a few new features. One is called SharePlay. Once you start a FaceTime video call with someone (or multiple