iOS 15.4: Fourth beta of jam-packed update signals nearing release
New Siri Voice iOS 15
Beta brings the new US version of Siri Voice 5 to all interactions. According to Apple, the new voices are not specifically male or female, but were recorded by members of the LBGTQ community. This is another step in Apple's era of diversity, which began with iOS 15 last April, when the default female voice was removed and two black actors were recorded. Siri can help you to use cheap document scanning.
Adaptive Triggers for DualSense
This release allows developers to support adaptive triggers for the PlayStation 5 DualSense console.
iCloud Keychain Notes
You can add notes about entering your Keychain password. You can see the keychain in Settings > Passwords.
Safari Password Manager
iOS 15. In beta 3, Safari no longer saves passwords for websites when you're not signed in. Instead, it asks for a more comprehensive password than the username. Apple developer Ricky Mondello acknowledged the change on Twitter.
Apple Card Widget
It is a new Apple Card widget that you can add to your Home screen or Today screen. View your current balance and payments. EU
Health app now supports the EU digital COVID certificate format, enabling you to add immunization records to the Health and Wallet programs in supported regions.
Click to pay
As announced today, Apple has added a payment framework to iOS 15. Thanks to new payment processing features, iPhone can accept Apple Pay payments without a credit card terminal or other devices. Although the framework was found, it was not activated; you can't use it as a beta tester yet.
ProMotion in third-party apps
iPhone 13 Pro brings 120Hz ProMotion to the iPhone, but app support is somewhat limited due to a core animation bug that limits most third-party animations to 60Hz. In iOS 15, a Core Animation bug has been fixed and third-party apps using the framework will automatically receive animations up to 120Hz.
iOS 15: How to get
If you want to try the iOS 15 (or iPadOS 15) beta, you'll need to do so on a device other than your everyday iPhone or iPad.
Registered developers can visit developer.apple.com/download on the device they want to run the beta on. You can download the beta configuration file from there. To enable the test profile, go to Settings > General > VPN and Device Management. Your iPhone or iPad will then reboot and you can download the latest version by going to Settings > General > Software Update.
To participate in public beta tests (usually hours and days after the developer finishes), visit beta.apple.com on the device you want to beta test on. You can download the beta configuration file from there. To enable the test profile, go to Settings > General > VPN and Device Management. Your iPhone or iPad will then reboot and you can download the latest version by going to Settings > General > Software Update.