Apple iOS 15.1 launched with SharePlay
Apple iOS 15.1 launched with SharePlay

Apple introduced iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1. The biggest news is the return of SharePlay, which was originally intended for iOS 15.

The company rolled out new versions of iOS, watchOS, and tvOS at the same time as macOS Monterey.

With this feature, people can call friends or family, watch movies, watch TV, or listen to music together. SharePlay syncs content so everyone can watch it at the same time.

iOS 15.1 also made some improvements to the camera options on the iPhone 13 Pro model. iPhone 13 Pro also has a new auto macro switching function. If you find it annoying, you can turn off the auto macro mode.

ProRes video recording is also available for iOS 15.1. Therefore, the iPhone 13 Pro allows you to record high-quality videos at 30 frames per second in 1080p for 128 GB models or 4K for models from 256 GB.

The company is also committed to enabling iOS 15.1 users to add the coronavirus vaccination pass to the Wallet app, just as this feature works in the Google Android version.

If you're a HomePod user, iOS 15.1 adds lossless audio, Dolby Atmos support, and spatial audio to your HomePod‌ and HomePod Mini.

Apple SharePlay offers users

This update adds support for Mandarin (Taiwan) translation and system-wide translation applications. There are also new automated actuators based on actual readings from HomeKit-compatible humidity, air quality, or light level sensors.

New preset actions let you overlay images or animations with text, and a new batch of games will keep you hanging out with Siri.

The company also released watchOS 8.1, which is mostly a bug fix. But it also adds a certificate of vaccination against the Corona virus, which is also present in iOS. Also includes SharePlay support via Fitness+ content.

Likewise, tvOS 15.1 is a minor update that fixes bugs and implements SharePlay support with iOS.

All three updates should now be available worldwide for most users on supported devices.

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