iOS 15.2 beta 1 released: what’s new?

The first beta of iOS 15.2 has been released for the iPhone. The update is available for installation by beta testers, when the official version for all users will be released is still unknown. It is also not recommended to install betas on your main devices, as they may include system errors and bugs.

What’s new in iOS 15.2 beta 1:

  • Application privacy report;
  • Updated notification summary design;
  • Updated emergency call.

Back at WWDC 2021, Apple announced that there will be individual app privacy report. You can see which apps have accessed your camera, location, voice recorder, and for how long.

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Updated card view notification summaries allows you to quickly view the information you need. You can customize the summary in the “Notifications” section.

Was updated emergency call function. It will be possible to call an emergency service by pressing five times or holding the side button and the volume button at the same time. The countdown time to call has increased from three seconds to eight.

A source: iPhonehacks

Written by Shubham

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