By José Adorno
Apple has officially released iOS 15.2 to the general public. This update comes five weeks after Apple introduced iOS 15.1, which finally brought SharePlay as well as other delayed features.
App Privacy Report is finally here with iOS 15.2 One of the features delayed with the iOS 15 original release that wasn’t available with iOS 15.1 was the App Privacy Report page. Now, with iOS 15.2, it’s finally live to all users.
Apple Music Voice Plan support During Apple’s ‘Unleashed’ event in October, the company announced a new Apple Music Voice Plan. Costing $4.99 per month, users must rely on Siri to ask for songs, playlists, or to listen to the radio.
Communication safety on iMessage With communication safety in Messages, this feature is “designed to give parents additional tools to help protect their children from sending and receiving sexually explicit images in the Messages app."
Legacy Contacts is another important feature arriving with iOS 15.2 As we store more and more data digitally, a growing concern is that all of it could be lost in the event of our death – we’ve outlined in the past the risk to family photos in particular. Here’s how Apple plans to help us with that:
The Digital Legacy programme allows you to designate people as Legacy Contacts so they can access your account and personal information in the event of your death.
iPhone 13 Pro new Macro mode toggle With iOS 15.1, Apple made available the possibility to turn off macro photography. Now, the company has made another tweak to the Macro mode toggle with iOS 15.2.
The release notes say: Macro photo control for switching to the Ultra Wide lens to capture macro photos and videos be enabled in Settings on iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.