Apple launched iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 on the 25th of October 2021, with the most notable new feature being the reintroduction of SharePlay. SharePlay is a feature that was originally intended to be included in iOS 15, and it allows consumers to call their friends or family members while watching movies, television shows, or listening to music together. When you use SharePlay, you may watch material with your friends and family at the same time.
Apple’s iOS 15.1 software update provides several enhancements to the camera options available on iPhone 13 Pro models. If you find the automatic macro mode bothersome, you can turn it off with the new Auto Macro toggle on the iPhone 13 Pro. As with iOS 15.1, ProRes video capture is also supported, allowing you to capture even higher-quality video on an iPhone 13 Pro at 30 frames per second and 1080p on 128GB models, or 4K on 256GB models and higher.
Apple is also making it possible for iOS 15.1 users to link their COVID vaccination card to the Wallet app, in a manner similar to how Google’s Android version of this functionality operates. iOS 15.1 brings Lossless Audio and Dolby Atmos with Spatial Audio support to the HomePod and the HomePod Mini, which is great news for HomePod users. On eligible devices, iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 may both be downloaded from Settings > General > Software Update, which can be found in the Settings app.