Apple has announced that the release of the public version of its new operating system, iOS 15, will be next Monday, after months of undergoing multiple tests and presenting it to experts.
Since last June, the company announced the beta version of the new operating systems for its smart devices, iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, and since that time it has been available only to developers and users registered in the Apple Beta Software program.
According to the 9to5Mac website, which specializes in Apple news, the system will be available in its general release to all users of Apple devices starting next Monday, September 20.
The company announced its latest hardware package for 2021, which included the unveiling of the new iPhone lineup, the iPhone 13, a new smart watch and an all-new iPad mini.
iOS 15 is focused on making improvements to some Apple apps and services, enabling company customers to use FaceTime apps on Android and Windows via public links, giving notifications a new design with Focus Mode, and a new design for the Safari app.
The new Apple operating system will be available for download via the Apple Developer website.
It is worth noting that Apple decided to stop production of the iPhone XR, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, even though they are 2019/2020 models, to make way for the iPhone 13 package.
The iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max have disappeared from the company’s online store.
This is typical of Pro models when the lineup is updated, even though they’ve been on sale for less than a year.
If you want to buy any of these phones, you can go to telecom companies and third-party retail stores.
The iPhone XR is out of the lineup, which was introduced in 2018 as a cheaper LCD alternative to the iPhone XS.
It was launched as a mid-priced device with Neural Engine, second generation Face ID, and plenty of colors to choose from.