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Obviously, the biggest reason to update immediately to iOS 15 is to get them all cool new features. There is a lot of new stuff in FaceTime including various microphone focus modes, new settings, and links for others to join your FaceTime communication from the web on other devices. The new “Sharing with You” section includes tools to display content that people have posted in Messages, Focus mode to limit disturbing notifications, Safari enhancements, ability to word scan we had translate almost anywhere naa the list goes on and on.
ew update device, whether for macOS or iOS, there is controversy over whether it should be upgraded immediately or stopped. Of course, there is a case to be made in both ways, and there are many variables at work. What are your requirements? How do you like to endure a few hiccups? How reliable are recent beta releases? What benefits will you reap?
Over the years, a new version of iOS has been released sometime in the days following the September event – everything from the day after (in 2020) to nine days later (in 2019). Now that iOS 15 has been launched (as of Monday, September 20), the question is once again: Should you mash that update button immediately, or wait? This is the case for and against.
Obviously, the biggest reason to update immediately to iOS 15 is to get all those cool new features. There is a lot of new stuff in FaceTime including various microphone focus modes, new settings, and links for others to join your FaceTime communication from the web on other devices. The new “Sharing with You” section includes tools to customize the content the person is posting in Messages, Focus mode to end annoying notifications, Safari enhancements, ability to scan text and translate anywhere naa the menu go on and on.
Perhaps one of the biggest improvements is that Safari will process many requests completely offline. If you do not need an internet connection for the service (such as receiving game scores or weather reports), Siri processes the request completely on the device. This makes it much faster and more secure.
Depending on how you use your iPhone, any one of these features can completely change the life of your smartphone. Combine that with all the under-hood improvements to the security that Apple did with every release, and it’s very difficult to argue against the upgrade. There are a lot of improvements to your phone, they are completely free, and you would not get them?