According to a new update from Apple, one of the biggest features of iOS 15 is finally ready to be released.
When Apple introduced the new version of the iPhone operating system in June, one of its key features was SharePlay, which allows people to watch movies or TV shows simultaneously on FaceTime. But when iOS 15 was released on Monday, it was missing.
Apple said over the summer that the feature was not ready and would be removed from beta, aiming to introduce it properly “this fall.”
Now Apple has rolled out iOS 15.1 as an early beta for developers. This includes SharePlay, suggesting that Apple has overcome all the problems that forced it to delay in the first place.
There’s no guarantee that getting into beta means it’s going to be coming soon, as it may once again be removed. Apple has yet to announce when iOS 15.1 will actually come to the public.
The beta version of iOS 15.1 lets people add important health documents, such as a COVID vaccination card, to their Health app to more easily pull it up from within the phone.
SharePlay is one of a series of features announced for iOS 15 that are yet to come. Apple also said it would allow people to control what happens to their data after their death, the option to put keys in Apple Wallet, and a universal control device that connects and potentially connects the iPad and Mac. Will bring facilities for “Digital Legacy”. macOS Monterey needs to be released first.
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