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APPLE has launched the latest version of the iOS operating system that provides support for the iPhone.
IOS 15 launched later this year will introduce a redesigned home screen and make some major changes to Apple’s messaging app iMessage.
The software update was announced on Monday during the keynote at Apple’s 2021 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Apple boss Tim Cook gave a speech at the virtual event, the Cupertino company held once a year to showcase new software and technologies.
Thousands of fans around the world watched the free live broadcast of the event, and they also learned about some of the upcoming Apple products.
Apple regularly releases software updates for iOS, the operating system for iPhone.
In addition to bug fixes and security bug fixes, these downloads also add new features that Apple engineers have been developing.
It is unclear when Apple plans to release the update to ordinary users, but there are rumors that it will be launched in September.
Generally speaking, Apple releases a major iOS update every year, which includes a complete redesign—about when it releases the latest iPhone.
The last major upgrade iOS 14 was released on September 16, 2020, and the release date of iOS 13 was September 19, 2019.
Therefore, it is safe to assume that iOS 15 will arrive sometime in mid-September.
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