New update with changes that will happen on iPhone starting from the 'Do not bother me' icon
Apple has introduced iPhone updates with the new iOS15 update and that will appear on phones starting this fall.
The biggest update to iOS15 happens at FaceTime, which during the pandemic and the rise of apps like Teams and Zoom, will now take on greater importance. FaceTime users will be able to schedule virtual calls for the first time. The connection to this camera communication application can also be done with Android and Windows.
The other big change is something Apple is calling 'Focus'.
A new command will be added saying: Do not disturb me! This allows users to personalize it further, with new 'Focus' themes that block notifications from friends and family when switching to work mode or closing messages from colleagues when they are out of work and there is a family event, or other reasons.
While the Wallet app is expanding. In the hotel or office, where the doors open with a business card, users will be able to open the doors with a touch of the iPhone.
Apple Maps will be given a new, more detailed 3D view, while the iPhone camera is now able to distinguish and remove text from images.
'For many customers, the iPhone has become a must-have, and this year we have created even more ways it can improve our daily lives,' says Craig Federighi, Apple's senior vice president of engineering software.