The final build of iOS 15.1 became available on Monday, featuring SharePlay and ProRes support for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. A couple of days later, Apple released the first beta of iOS 15.2. Let’s figure out what we added.
Application Privacy Report
The report was removed from the first beta of iOS 15. Apparently, some serious bugs were being fixed.
In the new menu, you can keep track of which apps are collecting your data, accessing your camera, microphone, location, and so on.
If the application collects a lot of information, even if it is some kind of harmless program with wallpaper, it is worth setting restrictions or completely removing it.
If you press the lock button five times in a row or hold down the power and volume down buttons at the same time, an emergency call will be made after eight seconds.
Summary of notifications
There are only cosmetic changes here: the screen was redrawn, notifications are now decorated in the style of cards to quickly navigate the news.
In the code of the new beta, we found a mention of scanning hashes of photos in iCloud at the time of coincidence with already existing content, which depicts sexual abuse of children. Apple refused to release the feature in September, as users feared that all their photos would be viewed by angry Apple employees.