Apple Inc. on Tuesday (Sept. 15) unveiled the iPhone 13 and a new iPad mini, expanding 5G connectivity and showing off faster chips and faster cameras without raising the phone’s price. It also announced its Apple Watch Series 7. Along with the new devices, Apple also said that it is releasing iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 on September 20.
The new Apple iPhone will have a new operating system anyway, but the new OS will also be available in the old device.
The new OS has many new features. You can stream TV shows and movies with your family and friends just like on FaceTime. Similarly, during a video call, you can share your screen with everyone and opt for all kinds of browsing – whether it’s checking out your favorite restro or viewing your favorite photos. Offline Siri support, improved text search in photos, etc.
Here are the devices that will support the new OS:
Devices that support Apple iOS 15:
iphone 12 mini; iPhone 12; iPhone 12 Pro; iPhone 12 Pro Max;
iPhone 11; iPhone 11 Pro; iphone 11 pro max
iPhone XS; iphone xs max
iPhone XR; iphone x
iPhone 8; iphone 8 plus
iPhone 7; iphone 7 plus
iPhone 6s; iphone 6s plus
iPhone SE (1st generation); iPhone SE (2nd Generation)
iPod touch (7th generation)
in between, The latest iPhone 13 comes with a new A15 Bionic processor, Bigger battery, more storage and new camera features.
The latest version will start at $799, the same price as its predecessor, and offer double the entry-level storage at 128GB. Its mini version will start at $699. The iPhone 13 is expected to last two and a half times longer than the iPhone 12 on a single charge. New 5-nanometer technology – considered the fastest chip in a smartphone – is a new 5-core GPU in the Pro lineup that brings the fastest graphics performance to any smartphone.
(with Reuters input)