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Unleash Your Potential with the High-Performance iPhone 15

Apple has added a new feature to FaceTime that blurs the background behind a video call. This will allow you to have clearer conversations with people.

The A17 Bionic chip reportedly in the iPhone 15 could be super-speedy, according to leaked Geekbench benchmarks. The scores show a big jump in single- and multi-core performance.

FaceTime Improvements

Apple’s iOS 15 software was released in June 2021, bringing with it several improvements to FaceTime that make the video chat platform feel more like a social or productivity tool than just a regular videophone. The headline feature is SharePlay, which allows users to watch movies and TV shows together during a FaceTime call. The media plays in sync and is accessible across iPhones, iPads, and Macs with a single link. SharePlay currently supports Apple Music, ESPN+, Disney+, Hulu, Paramount+, and TikTok and will expand to more platforms over time.

In addition to a few other minor changes to FaceTime, iOS 15 also introduces features that reduce distraction during a phone call and new ways to use Photos. One notable improvement is LiveText, which lets you highlight text on a screen, copy and translate it, or add it to a document. Essentially, it’s a competitor to Google Lens and can be used in many apps that already support the feature. Another improvement is a notification overhaul that reduces distraction with a new grid view for apps and larger icons to distinguish them from notifications that don’t require action. A redesign of Safari is also included, along with a refresh pull gesture for web browsing. Other important features include a new App Privacy Report and updates to Siri, Spotlight Search, Mail, and Maps.

iTunes ip 15 moi Store Integration

Apple’s App Store has a huge selection of apps that offer users a variety of functionality. Its strict app review process ensures that only the highest quality and safest apps are available for download. Users can also be confident that their privacy will not be compromised because of iOS’s sandboxing and data encryption features.

A leaked set of Geekbench 6 benchmarks for the iPhone 15 Pro’s rumored A17 Bionic chip have sparked excitement online. The results reportedly show that the new iPhone will deliver a massive performance boost of up to 20% over last year’s model.

While a 10% improvement isn’t out of the ordinary for Apple chips, a jump of nearly double that amount would be extraordinary. Unfortunately, this is only a rumor based on unverified Weibo benchmarks, so it should be treated with skepticism.

The rumors also suggest that the new iPhone will get USB-C support for faster wired data transfers and charging. This could allow for faster backups and device-to-device transfers if supported by accessories that carry the Made for iPhone (MFi) certification. This could be an important feature for users who want to replace their current Lightning cables with USB-C versions, or if they’re concerned about the lack of Lightning ports on older models.

Advanced Security Features

Apple has always taken iPhone security seriously, and the company continues to make a series of advanced features that should keep your device safe from hackers. First up, iOS 15 enables Siri to process voice requests locally instead of sending them over the cloud for processing. This reduces the risk of a hacker intercepting your audio or eavesdropping on your conversations. In addition, you can now add a Home, Office, or Hotel physical key to Apple Wallet for additional protection.

A new feature called Lockdown Mode is also now available. It blocks various attack surfaces and entry routes, such as hyperlinks and rich link previews in Messages, FaceTime calls from unknown contacts, new configuration profile installations, complex web technologies, invitations to manage smart homes, shared albums, and USB accessories.

Another exciting feature that’s already rolling out is the Enhanced Data Protection feature. It encrypts all of your backed-up data on iCloud, and it’s easy to enable in the Settings app. You’ll need to update to the latest version of iOS (currently in the Release Candidate phase) to use it, but it’s definitely worth enabling if you’re serious about protecting your phone’s privacy. The feature will be even more effective when Apple’s upcoming Mail Privacy Protection is rolled out later this year.