After being in the beta phase for over a month, Apple has released iOS 15.1 to all iPhone users out there. The update with the build number 19B74 brings all the changes and improvements we saw in beta versions. Weighing in at a sizeable 1.28GB on our 2020 iPhone SE, we hope Apple has also fixed battery drain issues.
Also, iPadOS 15.1 is available for those rocking an iPad.
To update your iPhone, go to Settings > General > Software Update and give it a couple of seconds to pop up.
What’s new in iOS 15.1?
- SharePlay is back after a hiatus. The feature allows users to share and watch media with friends and family effortlessly via facetime calls.
- ProRes video on iPhone 13 Pro devices enabling users to shoot video in high grade and cinema-level quality. A very useful Apple codec for post-production.
- Add and verify the COVID-19 vaccination card in the Wallet app.
- Turn off auto camera switching when taking macro photos or videos on iPhone 13 Pro line.
Full details regarding the update can be found here.
Notice any more improvements and changes to iOS 15.1? Do let us know in the comment section down below.