Apple gives new details on iOS 15.1 security

The name PlayCastPlay is a reference to Apple’s collection of capabilities that allow you to enjoy media with other callers in a FaceTime conversation, such as viewing synchronized streams of Apple TV+ shows and Apple Fitness+ workouts.

SharePlay is a new feature in iOS 15.1 that allows you to have shared experiences with family and friends through FaceTime. iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max now allow for ProRes video capture, as well as verifiable COVID-19 vaccination cards in Apple Wallet, among other things.

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You can share everything from text to photos, the web, and even collaborate with others on a FaceTime chat.

– Enhanced Touch ID support – You can now add a name to the fingerprint registered with your device after upgrading to iOS 10.3.1, allowing you To protect your identity and access restricted services like Contacts or Messages when necessary, but without having to unlock the iPhone X continuously with your face.

iPhone and iPad users can now install the iOS 12.1 public beta on their devices, with support for Live Text in the Camera app and updated battery algorithms to better estimate battery capacity over time. On an iPad with an A12 Bionic chip or later, the update adds the aforementioned features and support for Live Text in the Camera app.

Apple released watchOS 8.1, which includes the same COVID-19 proof-of-vaccination function previously seen in iOS.

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