Apple’s ios15.2 updates

Apple’s ios15.2 updates: The new features are like apple music tires and privacy report. The ios15.2 brings new updates for apple music and privacy in December 2021. Since October apple didn’t manage to updates any new feature apart the last one of ios15.1 of which was brought feature like FaceTime SharePlay and ProRes support to the iPhone , so this is the one of its major update in last year. ios15.2 updates was released on December 13. 

How to Updates /download the features of ios15.2

Is simple as usual, you have to follow the instruction below step by step

 First Go to Setting, then click general, then click software update, then select Download and Install.  After finished restart your iphone once installation fined finally you will be in the latest version of ios.

Apple’s ios15.2 updates

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App Privacy Report

What happened in the ios15.2 privacy report?

Normally in anything privacy is important in operation especially in your phone, so apple has discovered and managed day to day on how you stay secured with your data. In the major new feature in ios15.2 App Privacy Report.  This record is supposed to help users manipulate who has get right of entry to to their data. If you have ever regarded at your weekly Screen Time reports, the App Privacy Report is in a similar way prepared — but as an alternative of telling you how an awful lot time you’ve spent in different apps, the document indicates what statistics and sensors every app can access, network exercise for those apps and different privacy-related data.

The latest version of the beta also changed the wording of the iCloud Private Relay setting. The option is now listed under Cellular and Wi-Fi settings as Limit IP Address Tracking. It’s not a functional change, but the new wording should make it clearer what you can opt into.

Apple Music Voice Plan

A surprise addition to iOS 15.2 is Apple’s Music Voice Plan, a new subscription tier for Apple Music. The Voice Plan tier cuts the subscription price in half — down to $5 (£5, AU$6) per month — but it can only be controlled by talking to Siri, not manually through the Apple Music app. Spatial audio and lyrics features won’t be available, but you will have access to the full Apple Music catalog.

A new feature, called Play it Again, lets you see what you’ve recently played so you’re not Googling the chorus of a song you just heard because you don’t know the song’s name.

Apple Music playlist search

If you already have Apple Music, iOS 15.2 now lets you search within a playlist for a song. It’s a bit tricky to find at first — you have to go into a playlist and swipe down from the top of your screen to reveal the search bar above your playlist image. 

Communication safety setting

After delaying the controversial Messages setting, Apple released it as part of iOS 15.2. This Messages setting lets parents enable warnings for children when they receive or send photos that contain nudity. The warnings also show children resources when they receive these photos. While the intent behind the feature has received strong support, privacy experts think the costs of Apple’s methods outweigh the benefits

Macro Control for photos

People with an iPhone 13 Pro or Max can now use the ultra wide lens on these models to take close-up photos and videos in 15.2. To turn this on go to Settings, then Camera, and in this menu there’s a toggle marked Macro Control. When it’s toggled on, you should see a flower icon on your screen when taking a picture. Tap the flower icon when you’re close to an object to enter Macro mode.

Greater detail in Apple Maps

Apple Maps will now show road details such as bike lanes, turn lanes, medians and pedestrian crosswalks in supported cities. 

Updates to the Find My feature

The current iOS also brings an update to Apple’s Find My feature. The change, reported by MacRumors, allows you to use the Find My app to scan for “Items that Can Track Me,” identifying nearby items, such as AirTags, that can send location data. You can then elect to disable the tracking feature on any devices found.

The update has stirred up some controversy because it drags the Find My feature in two conflicting directions. The update appears to be designed to help give people more control of their privacy by preventing unwanted devices from tracking them. However, it also seems to undercut the function of AirTags by potentially giving thieves the ability to shut off tracking of any AirTags on stolen items.

Read more: Apple launches AirTags and Find My detector app for Android, in effort to boost privacy

Parts and Service History

The update also lets you see the repair history on your iPhone by going to Settings > General > About > Parts and Service History. The new section will detail any servicing that took place at Apple as well as whether the parts came from Apple or an unknown vendor. However, if you haven’t taken your iPhone in for service, the feature won’t display.

Other new features in iOS 15.2

The second version of the iOS 15.2 beta added the ability to designate Legacy Contacts as part of Apple’s Digital Legacy program. Designating someone a Legacy Contact gives them access to your iCloud account and personal information after your death. 

iCloud Plus subscribers can also use Apple’s Hide My Email feature from the Mail app itself, instead of bouncing in and out. The full list of updates can be found on Apple’s developer site.