15 More Things To Try On Your iPhone With iOS 15

Here are even more new features to try on your iPhone in iOS 15. Chck out new FaceTime features, background sounds, new widgets, drag-and-drop and much more.

Comments: 11 Responses to “15 More Things To Try On Your iPhone With iOS 15”

    Dan b
    1 year ago

    Is there a way to disable the continued location broadcast after power off?

    1 year ago

    Dan: I is probably the setting "Send Last Location" in Settings, Privacy, Location Services, Find My, Find My iPhone. But why would you want to do that?

    Dan b
    1 year ago

    I just would prefer to have control of whether or not and when that would happen. Thanks!

    Kathy
    1 year ago

    Hi Gary, excellent tips. Thanks so much! I thought I had 2 separate notification ring tones set up for Face Time & a Phone call (so I could distinguish them when coming in). I notice now though that when I go into settings-notifications & select two different tones that both of them end up being set to the same notification ring tone. Also, is there a way to change the notification tone for when one has a voicemail message? I'm using XS phone running iOS 15. Thanks in advance

    1 year ago

    Kathy: I think the ringtone applies to the person, so it would be the same. But keep playing around to see what you can find. For new voicemails, there is a setting in Settings, Sounds & Haptics.

    Karen
    1 year ago

    Suddenly appeared on iPhone in messages a contact name at the top of all messages. No clue how it happened. Can not find a way to remove/delete it from that location. Suspect it has to do with a new(wish) feature in upgrading iOS. Perhaps favorites?

    Karen
    1 year ago

    Never mind - after another hour or so of searching I discovered it was 'pinned' and by resting a finger on the msg icon a box pops up with the option to unpin. Done. Now to find how it got pinned in the first place!
    Thanks anyway.

    William Braun
    1 year ago

    I noticed in your video about 15 more things when you talked about adding a person to Account recovery that you don't have Recovery Key on in this account. I was wondering if that is because this is just your Macmost account so it does not matter to you or if on your own personal account you use this feature. What do you recommend? Should each person use it or not and why or why not?
    Bill Braun

    1 year ago

    William: Yes, this is a demo account. I usually record my tutorials using demo accounts, not my real account. You'll have to decide whether or not to use this feature, but if you have a trusted person, why not?

    nick
    1 year ago

    hey Gary, after updating my iPad, I was using FaceTime and tried to find the Mike Mode feature but it's not showing up in Control Center. I have an older iPad Air2, is this feature hardware-dependent? thx

    1 year ago

    Nick: According to this page https://www.apple.com/ios/ios-15/features/, it requires an A12 processor or better.

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