Apple on Friday release the first betas of the upcoming iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 upgrades to developers for testing. With the new software arriving four days after the release of iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2.
iOS 15.3 leaked earlier today when it was discovered that links to the beta were included but hidden on Apple’s developer downloads website, implying that the beta was scheduled to be released yesterday alongside the first macOS 12.2 beta, but was delayed for unexplained reasons.
We don’t know what will be included in the forthcoming iOS and iPadOS 15.3 upgrades, but a quick check at the downloads suggests that the changes will be small. Apple has yet to add a few features, such as Universal Control and ID support in the Wallet app. Universal Control will allow numerous Macs and iPads to be controlled by the same keyboard and mouse, and Apple has announced that it will be available in the spring. Based on the lack of evidence of these features in this initial beta, Apple appears to be deferring support for them until iOS 15.4.
The inclusion of digital IDs in the Wallet app has been in the works since June. Arizona, Georgia, Connecticut, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah are anticipated to be the first states to introduce digital ID support, with Florida also in negotiations.
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