Apple has started rolling out the latest iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 updates to its users. The latest iOS updates bring lots of new features to iOS users with Apple Music’s voice plan and App Privacy Report being amongst them.
The new Apple Music Voice plan is a subscription tier that allows users to access Apple Music via Siri. It is not free to use as it is available at just $4.99 (Rs 49) a month. However, users will be limited to voice commands to access playlists, radio stations, and other content on Apple Music. This is in addition to the $9.99 Individual and $14.99 Family plans.
Also, users will now be able to see a full “App Privacy Report” from the Settings menu. This report will show the activity data such as location, camera, photo, mic, contacts, and more accessed by applications, both from third-party developers and Apple itself. This gives users better control of their data.
Another feature that comes with this update is the new communication safety tool for parents and guardians allows them to enable warnings on their kids’ iPhones or iPads whenever they send or receive media content containing nudity.
Other features include Digital Legacy for people to set Legacy Contacts, macro photo control (enabled via Settings) to switch to the ultra-wide lens for capturing macro shots on iPhone 13 Pro/ 13 Pro Max, improved Store tab in the TV app, improvements to CarPlay, and more.
Users have already started getting the new update. To see if it’s available for you, go to the Settings -> General -> Software Update and download and install the update. The update size will vary from device to device. You can check out the entire release notes of iOS and iPadOS 15.2 on Apple’s official website to know more about the changes.