Rumors suggest that with iOS 15, Apple will introduce a new feature, which will allow you to set different priorities for notifications depending on the current status, as well as easily update these statuses from the lock screen or control center. Siri could be used to quickly change status, such as “driving”, “working”, “sleeping” or some custom category.
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For each status, it will be possible to choose how the device will notify you. It will also be possible to set up automatic replies to messages depending on the current status of the user.
There are also some improvements for iMessage, which will make the service more like a social network at some point, but for now, there aren’t too many details about this option.
When it comes to the iPadOS 15, the tablet platform should support home screen widgets, which were added to iOS 14 last year and are now finally arriving on iPads as well. Users will be able to place widgets anywhere on the home screen, and widgets will be able to replace the entire network of applications if the user so wishes.
Finally, iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 should have new privacy protections, including a new menu that shows which apps seamlessly collect user data.