here is everything that comes to iPhones

NEW DELHI: Apple recently published iOS 15 and iPad 15 updates for iPhone and iPad users. Just one day after deployment, the company has released the first beta versions of iOS 15.1 and iPad 15.1. The beta updates reintroduce features like SharePlay, lossless audio for HomePod, vaccine cards in the wallet, and more.
Here’s an overview of all the new iOS 15.1 features
The company enabled SharePlay on iOS 15.1, iPadOS 15.1, and tvOS 15.1 betas. Apple removed the functionality of iOS 15 because it was not working properly. Found in FaceTime, the SharePlay feature allows users to call friends and family, then watch TV, movies, and also listen to music together. The feature also allows users to share their screens. If the feature works during testing, iPhone users will likely get it with iOS 15.1.
Lossless Audio for HomePod
HomePod 15.1 beta and the new iOS 15.1 beta now add lossless audio and Dolby Atmos with spatial audio support for the HomePod and HomePod Mini.
Vaccine cards in the wallet
In iOS 15, Apple introduced the ability to download and store verifiable health records in the Health app, this record also includes Covid-19 vaccination records and health results. With iOS 15.1, users will be able to add vaccination records in the Wallet app, allowing users to deliver the vaccination card to businesses, restaurants, and other places where vaccinations are required.
Announce calls
The new beta version also shows the option to announce calls. In the Phone application settings, there is a new icon for the “Announce Calls” settings.

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