Apple’s next iPhone update is likely to roll out this week, as the company’s first event of the year. iOS 15.4 has seen five betas and introduced AirTag anti-stalking alerts, a New emojis, Face ID updates, and the long-awaited arrival of Universal Control. The iOS 15.4 beta has since been released to the public, but the latest version of the operating system may make its way to your iPhone soon.
As the name suggests, iOS 15.4 is the fourth major update ofwhich was launched with in September. These updates started in December They added more features to Apple’s iPhone operating system and updated the existing ones. iOS 15.4 will follow iOS 15.3.1, which was released last month for a patch .
As with every beta operating system, we recommend, instead of your primary iPhone. Beta versions are meant for stability and bug testing, which means they’re not as optimized as release versions – you’ll likely experience shorter battery life and app instability.
What is the release date of iOS 15.4?
Apple hasn’t announced a release date for iOS 15.4, but we can see the update at Apple’s March 8 event, where we also expect.
How do I download the iOS 15.4 beta?
You will first need to register for Apple Beta Software. Once you join the programme, Download configuration profile from Apple. Then you should be able to find the latest beta version by going to Settings > General > Program Update and selection Download and install. Again, we only recommend this for secondary and test devices due to the buggy nature of beta testing.
What is universal control?
Universal Control allows you to use other devices as second monitors, and seamlessly transfer content between them using just one device. This eagerly anticipated feature was initially announced asDuring the fall, with a new timeline indicating “this spring”. Universal Control has appeared in the beta version of iOS 15.4 and is expected to be released along with the Monterey OS 12.3 update.
Can I use Face ID with masks?
Apple is updating its Face ID feature to be usable while wearing a mask. Since the feature uses a smaller part of your face to verify your identity, you’ll need to be more precise about the angle you hold your phone when using Face ID. Your phone will also prompt you if it needs to look directly at the screen. The updated feature should work for people who wear glasses, but it won’t work with sunglasses.
What new emojis are coming?
If you are the type of person who takes pride in using creative and fun emojis, you will love iOS 15.4. thereIn the update, including new options for swatches, hands posing in the shape of a heart, a salute and – my personal favorite – a lip-biting emoji. The emoji were revealed last fall and also include a melting face, a face holding tears, a bird’s nest, a coral, a lotus, a low battery, and a bean.
Another feature included in the update is the ability to copy text from objects using the camera during the Notes or Reminders apps. And as spotted by ZDNet, iOS 15.4 beta too Fixes a bug related to recordings of Siri interactions.
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