Apple will release iOS 15, and iPadOS 15 on September 20, and iPhone and iPad users can install them on that date.
Apple has added a new FaceTime feature that will allow both Android and PC users to participate for the first time. Improvements have also been made to the iMessage app, which makes it easy to track links and photos sent by your relatives. While for the iPad, there is an overhaul of the main screen.
Before downloading iOS 15 and iPad OS 15, which are officially released on September 20, it’s a good idea to do regular maintenance on your device so that updates can run smoothly.
Make sure you clean up any photos or apps you no longer need. Don’t forget to make backup documents as an alternative if the update process doesn’t go smoothly, thereby eliminating some documents. If your phone is clean and you think it deserves an update, you can do this after launch. Usually, Apple provides updates around 10 am PT or 12 pm WIB.
Updates can be found via the Settings menu. After that, select General and click Software Update. The device will then connect to Apple’s servers and ask you to download and install the update. Follow the instructions listed to complete the installation.
Oh yes, make sure your iPhone or iPad is connected to a strong Wifi to help speed up the process. Once the installation is complete, the device will reboot and run iOS 15 or iPadOS 15.