Apple is set to release iOS 15.2 and iPad OS 15.2 very soon. Both these versions are currently available for testers and developers. The tech giant has rolled out iOS 15.2 beta 2 to registered developers with features such as App Privacy Report, redesigned Notification Summary, and more.
The new update SDK involves developing apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running iOS & iPadOS 15.2 beta 2. It comes bundled with Xcode 13.2 beta that is available from Beta Software Downloads.
Here’s the list of changes and updates Apple brought with its iOS 15.2 developer beta 2
Hide My Email
The tech giant has brought a shortcut to Hide My Email inside the Mail app. Earlier, users could only access it through an iCloud setting in the iPhone settings app. You just have to select on the ‘Hide My Email,’ and it will generate a random email id.
Apple has added ‘Legacy Contact’s to iOS & iPadOS 15.2 beta 2, allowing users to add a contact from their list as a legacy person. The feature will let the designated legacy person access your Apple ID and data after you die. The person can also access your photos, messages, videos, notes, files, devices backup, and more. However, there’s a catch, and the iCloud Keychain Password will still not be accessible.
Auto Call would now be able to be set up to utilize one of two techniques for starting an emergency call: holding the side button along with a volume button or quickly squeezing the side button on various occasions.
iPadOS TV app
Apple has introduced a new design for the TV app. It will now feature a sidebar that helps navigate between the various sections of the TV app simpler.
The tech giant has enabled the Communication safety feature in messages for children. Parents will be able to keep track of the incoming messages on children’s devices for nudity.
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