The novelties of iOS 15 will be presented this Monday, June 7 during WWDC 2021. Rumors about this next major update to Apple’s mobile operating system have been relatively few in recent weeks, but there are all the same some indiscretions to be put in the tooth to be patient. In particular, a
, Wall Street Journal journalist who is not used to rumors but who is a priori well informed: she declares that there will be important developments for Safari, the Health application, Plans and iMessage.
Of course, next week at WWDC the walls will get even higher. I hear there are big updates coming to Safari, Health, Maps and iMessage at WWDC next week.— Joanna Stern (@JoannaStern) June 4, 2021
As for iMessage, it seems indeed acquired: several visuals used by Apple to promote the WWDC take again graphic elements of the messaging service. However, we do not know what the new features will be in place: we will have to wait until Monday evening to find out more.
A little over a month ago, Mark Gurman gave us other indiscretions, evoking new ways of handling notifications, a redesigned home screen for the iPad (with the possibility of placing widgets anywhere where), a redesign of the lock screen, and new options to better manage your privacy. Today, he gives further details on Bloomberg, announcing in particular an improved multitasking mode for the iPad and a redesign of the lock screen that would only be partial, some changes having obviously been pushed back to iOS 16 next year. . Mark Gurman adds that the new features of macOS 12 will be relatively minor, as will those of tvOS 15. The Apple Watch, on the other hand, would receive some interface improvements and new health-related features with watchOS 8.
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