On Monday, Apple released iOS 15.5, which included a few minor updates to iPhones. The majority of the improvements in this release are minor modifications to applications and other back-end upgrades that establish the framework for greater future changes, rather than major new features like Universal Control, which we saw in iOS 15.4.

Everything you need to know about the release of iOS 15.5.

The addition of “Send” and “Request” buttons for Apple Cash is the most significant functional change in 15.5. These buttons in iOS 15.5 allow you to receive and send money immediately from your Apple Cash card, saving you a few clicks.

A new feature in iOS 15.5 allows you to alter the settings of your podcast app to better manage the storage on your phone. The feature allows you to restrict the number of episodes kept on your phone and to erase older episodes automatically.

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iOS 15.5 improves the Photos Memories feature. Photos will no longer promote Memories from “sensitive areas,” which are now all tied to the Holocaust, according to 9to5Mac. Apple may add more locations to that list in the future.

Another change is the renaming of the iTunes Pass function in Wallet to Apple Balance. Apple Balance now has its own card in Apple Wallet, similar to how a credit card appears in your Wallet.

In iOS 15.5, there is no Apple Classical app. However, MacRumors discovered references to a new Apple Classical app in the 15.5 beta, which appears to be the culmination of Apple’s acquisition of classical music streaming firm Primephonic last year. A dedicated app for classical music might be included in future iOS releases.

As Apple adds live baseball to its content collection, iOS 15.5 adds further functionality for SportsKit.

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While you’re investigating the changes to iOS 15.5, have a look at all the speculations surrounding Apple’s iOS 16. We’ll also show you how to unlock your iPhone while wearing a mask, as well as the latest privacy features to trial. We also answer the question of when WWDC, Apple’s developer conference, will take place, and when we can expect to see the first glimpse of iOS 16.

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