iOS 15 is boring … and that’s a good thing [Cult of Mac Magazine 406]

After using the iOS 15 betas, we’re actually thrilled with the lack of major changes.
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Sweeping change is overrated, especially when it comes to something you use every day — like your iPhone.

It’s true that this year’s iOS update doesn’t bring a ton of mind-blowing new features. But when you’re trying to execute a simple task, sometimes you don’t want your mind blown. You want “it just works” … or maybe “it just works the way I’m already comfortable with.”

iOS 15’s iterative changes indicate just how mature the iPhone is. And that’s a very good thing. That’s the gist of Cult of Mac writer Ed Hardy’s reasoning. Get his full take in the cover story of this week’s edition of Cult of Mac Magazine. It’s free on on iPad or iPhone. And it’s got this week’s top Apple news, reviews and how-tos.

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