Apple will release the public version of iOS 15.4 next week

Apple released the beta version of iOS 15.4 in January, and after its “Peek Performance” event yesterday, the company announced that it will release the stable version of iOS 15.4 for compatible devices next week.

One of the most important features of iOS 15.4 is that it allows you to unlock your iPhone using Face ID even when you are wearing a mask, which means that you will no longer need your Apple Watch to unlock your iPhone without the passcode if you are wearing a mask.

And while the stable release of iOS 15.4 will only arrive next week, Apple has already provided its own release filter, which will be available to you if you’re enrolled in the Apple Developer Program.

In addition to iOS 15.4, Apple will also release macOS Monterey 12.3, watchOS 8.5, tvOS 15.4, and iPadOS 15.4 next week, with the release candidate of iPadOS 15.4 already available to developers.


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