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Apple has released the first public beta of iOS 15. The latest-generation OS was announced by the tech giant at its annual developer’s conference WWDC in early June. The update will bring new features and improvements to Apple iPhones like the ability to search text in photos, DND mode for iMessage and FaceTime support for Android devices.
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If you are interested in testing the upcoming iOS 15 update, you can enrol your eligible devices on Apple’s website. Once enrolled, you will be able to see the iOS 15 public beta update notification on your iPhone – likewise for iPad and Apple Watch. If you don’t receive the notification, you can manually check for updates and the new version should show up.