New iOS 15 Features Only On Recent Devices

The public beta version of iOS 15 is now available, and anyone who wants to try it can install it. All phones that can run iOS 14 are eligible for the update; that’s it, from September 2015 to iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. However, not all supported iPhones can get all the features of iOS 15. These are the complete detailed rules. What really drops is the battery level of your iPhone under the hood. Some iOS 15 features require an A12 bionic chip or a more powerful chip, which debuted on the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR in 2018. It not only provides better performance than A11 Bionic but also improves the neural engine for AI processing. 

If you don’t have an iPhone in 2018 or later, here’s what you’ll miss and why: Portrait mode: With the introduction of iOS 15, FaceTime will be smart enough to blur the background behind the speaker, just like in the portrait mode of the camera app program. Spatial audio: Older iPhones also don’t have the processing power to create vocal effects from different directions. Apple promises to create “a sound field that will help conversations proceed as easily as face-to-face.” Augmented reality walking route: If you are using an older iPhone, you will not be able to use the more immersive AR view for your walking route, Apple This feature of Maps draws inspiration from the launch of iOS 15. 

Interactive Globe: Apple is making the map more detailed and immersive, with enhancements including a 3D earth view with mountains, forests, and other features… as long as you use an iPhone with at least an A12 Bionic processor. Cities-Extra details. The features in Apple Maps extend to roads, trees, landmarks, and buildings in cities such as San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, and London, but you need an updated iPhone to see all these enhancements. Your iPhone can support all complex digital key systems via iOS 15, from unlocking the car to entering the hotel room. They require the hardware introduced with the iPhone XS, so older devices are out of luck. Zoom in on QuickTake video: QuickTake video is where you hold down the shutter button in the photo mode of the camera app. iOS 15 allows the user to zoom in or out of these videos by swiping up or down on the screen.

Siri processing on the device: Apple said that Siri will process more operations on iPhones running iOS 15 to improve speed and privacy, but if your phone does not have A12 Bionic or newer devices, Siri requests will be sent to Apple servers for Customizations on Siri devices-No A12 Bionic CPU or newer stuff also means that Siri cannot calculate and save certain customizations to your phone. These customizations include new words and topics that interest you. Siri offline support-With the introduction of iOS 15, Siri can do more on your real iPhone without connecting to the Internet; consider setting alarms, launching applications, and adjusting the volume. , and so. However, once again, this does not apply to iPhones released before 2018.

 Dictation on the device-As with the Siri feature described above, if you are using an older iPhone, iOS 15 will not be able to display the dictation device on your real device. Instead, it will be sent to the cloud, which means its privacy will be reduced and the speed will be slower.

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