iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 have been a disappointment for users

iOS 15 at WWDC 2021

Recently, you were able to check with us during WWDC21 the launch of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, the mobile operating systems of the Cupertino company which, like every year, begin their test period between June and September. However, after years of major changes, some users seem to be demanding something more striking.

The majority of users say they are totally dissatisfied with the new features of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15, which could be completely disappointing

. However, the Cupertino company is an expert in always leaving the best for last, at least when it comes to secret features or technical novelties, aren’t you convinced by iOS 15 either?

Recently, SellCell colleagues conducted a survey of more than 3,000 users regarding the presentation of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 with particular attention to their novelties. However, Over 50% of users surveyed said the improvements were “too slight” or “not at all exciting”, while 28.1% said they were moderately interesting.

However, almost 20% were very satisfied with the news presented by the Cupertino company. Once caught in the act, the most striking features for users were to include ID cards in the app. Wallet as well as improving Spotlight. From there, a spearhead in favor of Spotlight, which in Europe is a feature vilified by users and which can make your daily life much easier.

In contrast, the rest of the features went largely unnoticed, while the vast majority think Apple should have included interactive widgets, the Always-on-Display or the integration of more demanding applications such as Final Cut Pro on iPad. This is in addition to the strong controversy surrounding the name of the future iPhone. However, and to be honest, these few new things add to the operating system and improve what already exists, don’t they?

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