Apple recently announced that it will not have share play ready for iOS 15, and now the company has decided to move iCloud Private Relay to beta instead of the upcoming mobile operating system. Get ready to start the system.
ICloud private relay is delayed.
When Apple chooses to move iCloud Private Relay back to beta, you should definitely consider signing up for VPN, as it is similar to iCloud Private Relay.
With the release of iOS 15 Beta 7, Apple issued a blur in the patch notice stating, “iCloud Private Relay will be released as a public beta to gather additional feedback. And improve website compatibility. “
Apparently, Apple decided to delay the feature due to incompatibility issues with some websites. Apple noted that “Private Relay is currently in beta. Some websites may have issues, such as displaying content for the wrong area or requiring additional steps to sign in.”
This feature was intended to be part of iCloud +, a premium version of Apple’s iCloud that comes with additional features (one of which is private relay) and additional storage.
It doesn’t just affect iPhone and iPad users, as Mac OS Monterey also used this feature.
Should we worry about iOS 15 and macOS Monterey?
This is relevant, as it is the second time that Apple has delayed major iOS 15 and macOS Monterey features. Will there be other issues when the latest version of the operating system is launched to the general public? We’ll have to wait and see, but at least Apple is willing to delay a feature that isn’t ready to force it.
Related: Apple delays share play feature on iPhone, iPad and Mac.