Apple's iOS 15.4: The Most Important Updates Coming Next Week

Here's what to anticipate when Apple's new operating system arrives on your iPhone:

Apple's iOS 15.4: The Most Important Updates Coming Next Week

The operating system of our iPhone will be updated shortly. Apple revealed Tuesday at its first event of the year that its new iOS will be available next week. 

 

Five beta versions of iOS 15.4 were released, including AirTag anti-stalking warnings, a gender-neutral Siri voice option, new emoji, Face ID upgrades, and the long-awaited debut of Universal Control. 

 

The public beta of iOS 15.4 has now been released, and the final version of the operating system will be available as a free upgrade next week, preloaded on the new green iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, as well as the current iPhone SE.

 

iOS 15.4 is the fourth significant upgrade to iOS 15, which was released in September alongside the iPhone 13. 

 

These upgrades, which began with iOS 15.1 in December, have introduced new capabilities and upgraded old ones in Apple's iPhone operating system. 

 

Following the release of iOS 15.3.1 last month to address a security issue in iPhones and iPads, iOS 15.4 will be released.

 

We recommend installing the beta on a testing device rather than your personal iPhone, as with any operating system beta. 

 

Beta releases are designed to test for stability and bugs, which means they aren't as well-optimized as release versions, which means you'll likely get less battery life and more app instability.

When will iOS 15.4 be released?

Apple hasn't specified a specific release date for iOS 15.4, but it has stated that it will be available as a free upgrade next week. 

 

According to Apple, iOS 15.4 will be installed on the new green iPhone 13, the Alpine green iPhone 13 Pro, and the new iPhone SE.

How can I get the iOS 15.4 beta?

To begin, you'll need to sign up for Apple's Beta Software Program. Once you're in the program, go to Apple and get the configuration profile. 

 

By going to Settings > General > Software Update and selecting Download and Install, you should be able to get the latest beta version.

 

We only recommend this for secondary and tester devices due to the problematic nature of beta tests.

What is Universal Control?

With Universal Control, you can utilize other devices as second displays, smoothly transferring content across them with only one device. 

 

This much-anticipated feature was originally planned for Mac OS Monterey, but it was postponed until "this spring," according to a revised schedule.  

 

Universal Control appears in the iOS 15.4 beta and will be released as a public beta along with the Monterey OS 12.3 and iPad OS 15.4 upgrades.

Is it possible to utilize Face ID with masks?

Apple is updating Face ID so that it may be used while wearing a mask.

 

Face ID requires you to be more specific about the angle you're holding your phone at since it uses a smaller piece of your face to authenticate your identity. 

 

If your phone requires you to look at the screen more closely, it will alert you. People who use glasses should be able to use the upgraded functionality, but it will not operate with sunglasses. 

What new emojis are on the way?

You're going to adore iOS 15.4 if you're someone who takes care of using unique and amusing emojis. There are 37 new emoji in the update, including new options for pregnant people, hands forming a heart shape, a salute, and my personal favorite, a lip-biting emoji.  

 

A dissolving face, a face holding back tears, a bird's nest, coral, a lotus, a low battery, and kidney beans were among the items displayed last fall.

 

Another new feature in the update is the ability to use the camera to copy text from objects while in the Notes or Reminders applications. The iOS 15.4 beta also resolves a flaw with recordings of Siri interactions, as reported by ZDNet.


 

 

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