Do you own an iPhone 13 or a 12-inch iPhone? Consider the iPhone 11, iPhone XR, or even the iPhone 7. Although each of Apple’s iPhone models differs differently, they all run iOS 15, Apple’s most recent major mobile software upgrade.
Last year, the tech giant released its mobile operating system, which has since received modest modifications. Bug fixes, Apple SharePlay support, and the ability to store your vaccination card on your iPhone were all included in iOS 15.1, while App Privacy Reports were added in iOS 15.2. Face ID is now available while wearing a mask in the iOS 15.4 developers beta.
If your iPhone is running iOS 15, you may be tempted to use some of the more popular features straight away, such as SharePlay in FaceTime or text recognition in your camera, but there are a number of critical settings to change.
We’ll walk you through the procedures to modify these settings, which could improve the performance of your iPhone. Check out all of the rumors we’ve heard so far about the iPhone SE 3 and iPhone 14 if you want to learn more about Apple’s upcoming products.
1. Bring back full-screen incoming call alerts
To get the more attention-grabbing full-screen alerts back, go to Settings > Phone > Incoming Calls and tap Full Screen.
2. Change Siri’s voice