2020 was an atypical year for the Apple community, as the entire build of iOS 14 expired months before the official announcement of WWDC 2020. This year, however, we heard only a few things about iOS 15 before WWDC, but there were no expired compilations, screenshots or even in-depth details of its upcoming functions.
As analyzed by 9 to 5Mac, this may be related to an internal change in iOS 15, which hides features from engineers that Apple has introduced to double the secret.
In the internal files of iOS 15 beta 1, each major feature introduced this year has a unique identifier (also known as a flag) that is associated with a “disclosure requirement.”
To run an internal version of iOS, each employee must first install a special profile on the device – just as we do for downloading beta versions. However, each profile sent to employees determines which of these features will be activated for each person working on new versions of iOS and possibly other Apple operating systems.
It is assumed that the company will now use the same system to prevent leakage of features related to new hardware in the future. While this certainly won’t stop the leak, it probably makes it difficult to share multiple details with people outside of Apple at once.
As Tim Cook said back in 2012, it seems that Apple is finally trying to “double the secret of the products.”
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