Apple will let iPhone users keep iOS 14 after iOS 15 launches, report says – CNET


During a FaceTime video call, you can now play a song or a video and everyone on the call can listen or watch it together.


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Apple users will reportedly be able to keep using iOS 14 once the next version of Apple’s operating system is released in the fall. Any users of the iPhone‘s current operating system will continue getting security updates and bug fixes without immediately updating to iOS 15, according to 9to5Mac on Monday.

Until now, Apple has required users to update their iPhone operating system in order to receive security updates (unless they owned older devices that could not upgrade).

Read more: Apple’s iOS 15 preview at WWDC shows off game-changing new features

Revealed during Apple’s WWDC on Monday, iOS 15 will come with the ability for Android and Windows users to join FaceTime calls using a browser; notification summaries instead of individual notifications for less important alerts; co-watching videos while on a FaceTime video call with others; and storing your driver’s license on Apple Wallet.

iOS 15 will likely debut on the rumored iPhone 13, but a developer version is available to download today, and a public beta will launch in the summer.

Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.


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