Users with iPhones released from 2015, starting from the iPhone 6s, should be already receiving notifications to update to iOS 15, which has become available since September 20. But when it comes to the announced anticipated features, some are noticeably absent from Apple’s newly released operating system.

Perhaps the most glaring feature is SharePlay. It’s a new feature to FaceTime that allows a to stream movies, TV shows, and other content together with other users by sharing their screen over the FaceTime video call. SharePlay was even pulled out from the beta version of iOS 15 so developers could give it more polish.


Another missing feature is the Find My support for AirPod. With it, AirPods Pro and Max accessories can connect to the Find My network and, if they become lost somewhere, allows the user to track their location.

Per Apple, the missing features may launch publicly within the coming months.

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