The leaker also hinted at a new user interface for at least one of Apple's software platforms, although he did not specify which one, and said that Apple plans to announce improvements to its smart home framework HomeKit. Apple says that this will enhance the experience and make video calls feel more like they are taking place in person. Apple will also bring a portrait mode feature to FaceTime, which adds a blurred background and puts the focus on the subject.
In order to help you further streamline the way you receive notifications, iOS 15 will also bring a new feature called Focus.
Those group calls are about to get a little more fun. At participating healthcare organizations, a physician can review the Apple Health app data that a user chooses to share directly in the electronic health records system. This works with Apple's media services, but also with some third-party services including Hulu, Disney+ and HBO Max. First, let's talk about the Notification Summary. iOS 15 will automatically generate a helpful summary of all the non-time-critical notifications you've received and provide it in an easy-to-browse layout at any specified time of day. iOS 15 will use on-device intelligence to arrange the summary so that the most important notifications show up at the top.
I don't know about you, but when people share photos, songs, or links to news articles with me, unless I deal with them at that moment, I will nearly certainly forget to read the article or listen to the song. A New Shared With You section will show up in those apps so you can see who shared it with you and jump back into a message to continue discussing the content. The public release of iOS 15 will come this fall. Apart from YouTube, you can also watch the event on Apple's official events page.