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Apple releases new updates for iPhones and iPads

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Apple has launched updated iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5 upgrades for iPhones and iPads, respectively, to make it more user friendly.

Some significant improvements, according to AppleInsider, include the extension of Communication Safety in Messages to the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Canada, and Australia, as well as the fixing of hundreds of security flaws.

The Apple Account Balance seems to have been changed as well, with all references to the physical Apple Card in the Wallet app now referring to the titanium Apple Card, and the iTunes Pass looks to have been updated as well.

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Rather than going to Messages first, users may request or transfer money immediately from the Apple Cash Card in their Wallet.

According to the report, Apple has changed the Apple Pay Messages app to the Apple Cash Messages app under Messages.

iPhone now supports new DualSense adaptive trigger firmware features with iOS 15.5. Photos shot in sensitive settings, such as Holocaust-related locales, will no longer inspire recollections.

A third-party API for controlling music playing speed has been reinstated after being deleted in iOS 15.4.

In the meanwhile, Reader applications may now connect to other websites.