All the features of iOS 15 are now available… but not worldwide

That’s it, all the features announced by Apple for iOS 15 are now available. Today marked the arrival of the driver’s license and identity card on iPhone through the Maps application.

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iOS 15 is (really) ready

Apple announced iOS 15 during WWDC in June 2021. Several functions were not ready for the launch of the stable version last September, and so we had to wait for the various updates to have them.

With iOS 15.1, we were able to take advantage of SharePlay. It’s a new way to share synced experiences in FaceTime with content from the Apple TV app, Apple Music, and other supported App Store apps.

iOS 15.2 was the occasion to have another novelty, namely the app privacy report. It lets you see how often apps have accessed your location, photos, camera, microphone, contacts, and more in the past seven days, as well as their network activity.

For its part, iOS 15.3 brought nothing new. It was a surprise for once. It took until iOS 15.4 to have Universal Control, in connection with macOS 12.3 on Mac. And still related to iOS 15.4, Apple today announced the availability in the state of Arizona of the driver’s license and ID card in the Maps app on iPhone (and Apple Watch). The rest of the world has no right…at least not yet.

The next major update will be iOS 16. Apple should logically present its operating system in June during WWDC 2022. There will be several betas for developers and public testers throughout the summer.

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