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Details of iPhone phones banned from iOS 15 features

Details of iPhone phones banned from iOS 15 features

Not all iPhone phones will have all the features of the iOS 15 operating system that Apple recently introduced. According to experts, there are a set of features that require a certain type of iPhone to use. According to the “Nine to Five Mac” website, which specializes in Apple news, the new Apple operating system includes a number of features that require iPhone devices belonging to the XS category and above to be used. The site indicated that these features are exclusive to the iPhone XS or later versions, and include Only iPhone devices with the A12 Bionic chip or later, which comes with the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and the second generation of the iPhone SE, iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro. The list of features available with the new Apple operating system included in Limited number of devices, FaceTime spatial audio: ,

Portrait Mode in FaceTime, interactive globe in Maps. Immersive walking directions in Maps, Live Text in Photos, visual search, new live wallpapers in Weather, and keys in Wallet. It is noteworthy that Apple is seeking to improve the communication between its phones and consoles, “playing arm” while playing video games through the ReplayKit feature. Play on smartphones. With this feature, you can immediately capture the last 15 seconds as a clip within the game events, so that the user can record his best moments in the game.This feature made possible by the new iOS 15 operating system from Apple, is similar to a feature already available on the PlayStation 5 PS5 and Xbox One X .

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