iMessage similar to Whatsapp on iOS15
In just a few weeks, WWDC revealed the following iOS 15 details:
As reported last week, Bloomberg’s Mark Garman (who seems to have good sources) revealed some of the new features coming to iOS 15. Significant changes await in iOS 15, says Mark Gurman.
For example, Apple wants to expand notifications and deliver notifications differently depending on the user’s status. The iPad is said to have widgets on the Start screen, and Apple is likely to provide more information to iOS users. For the protection of data related to applications.
It’s especially interesting that iMessage is getting a bit of Apple’s attention to be able to compete more with WhatsApp.
According to Gurman sources, Apple wants to give Messenger more features that resemble social media. Facebook’s WhatsApp is still the market leader for Messenger, and Apple wants to invest a bit more here.
For example, you should be able to edit a message after you send it.
However, these developments are still in their infancy and could mean that Apple can remove them with iOS 15.1 or iOS 15.2.
The following operating systems for Apple’s iPhone and iPad are called iOS 15 and iPad OS 15, respectively. This prediction was easy. If Apple sticks to the pattern established for many years, the mobile operating system will be released in the fall. It will likely be released from mid-September to the end of September.
iOS 15 will end support for fairly old devices like the first-gen iPhone 6S and SE, but that was somewhat predictable as the devices are five and a half years old. What’s new in iOS 15 With a new hub.
This article was originally published McWelt.. Translated by Karen Haslam.