Slowly Manzana It is constantly renewing and improving its application store, this is how it tries to significantly improve the quality of these and in the same way it is committed to improving the user experience that Apple customers have with their devices, thus creating an ecosystem of much higher quality.
Now Apple has improved the interface of the iOS App Store by hiding the preview of those applications that we already have installed while we view content in the iOS App Store. This is how the Cupertino firm aims to improve the user experience in iOS 15, with these small details that we are getting to know while we analyze the system.
We have noticed this news thanks to user @ilyakuh from Twitter, Ilia Kukharev, who has discovered us how the iOS App Store in iOS 15 is capable of hiding these previews in the form of screenshots of those applications that we already have installed. The truth is that the functionality mechanism is quite simple and does not represent a real advance or redesign in the iOS App Store, which at the design level remains practically the same, it is clear that Apple has left the news drawer ajar during the WWDC.
For its part, Apple still does not solve the serious problems that exist with the development of iOS 14.6, which so far is the most recent version of the Cupertino company’s mobile operating system and which is literally draining users’ battery. We found thousands of complaints on Twitter and even on the Apple support website where we found users, including myself, who before iOS 14.6 arrived at night with rates above 25/30% battery, while we already we are getting used to seeing the red battery that warns us of an excessively low battery level.