Apple has released iOS 15.2 to beta testers and developers, following the distribution of iOS 15.1 and iPad OS 15.1 to eligible devices. The most recent update focuses on introducing several promised features that were not accessible when iOS 15 was first released.
To begin with, iOS 15.2 adds the entire “App Privacy Report” functionality to the Settings app. One of the most prominent features is the App Privacy Report. This allows you to check how frequently particular applications have accessed your private information in the previous seven days. It gives a report of the data such as location, photographs, microphone, contacts, and camera. The tool also monitors apps that are accessing other domains in the background.
The new Auto Call function of Emergency SOS is amazing. You can now trigger the Emergency SOS by simultaneously pushing the power and volume buttons for 8 seconds, rather than the previous 3. You may also accomplish this by repeatedly pushing the power button.
Notification With a card-style presentation, the summary now appears more ordered. In iOS15.2 the new Notification Summary includes floating cards that are the same color as the app icon. On enlarging it, all alerts are displayed within the main card rather than individually.
Some More Latest Features –
Aside from the Notification Summary, the latest edition of Apple’s mobile operating system includes some more features. They are new Focus mode, revamped banners, Time Sensitive notifications, and other enhancements.
Finally, the source code of the system indicates that Apple is introducing the Communication Safety feature. This will track a child’s Messages app on iPhone, iPad, and Mac and alert parents if sexually explicit information is transmitted or received. The program analyses and recognizes such material using on-device machine learning, so there is no outside eavesdropping or sharing. The new Apple iOS 15.2 will make people love it with all its amazing features.
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