Apple says it will release iOS 15, iPadOS 15 and watchOS 8 on September 20.
The software update for iPhones, iPads, and Apple Watches was announced in June, but won't be officially available to all users until a week from now.
One of the innovations in iOS 15 is Focus.
This allows users to set when and how they want to receive notifications from apps.
Notifications can also be bundled in an overview in iOS 15.
Furthermore, the Weather app will be renewed and the Safari browser will be updated.
Apple also previously announced SharePlay, which allows people to listen to music or watch movies together during a FaceTime call.
However, that option will not be available next week, but will be added later.
People with an iPhone 6S or newer iPhone can install iOS 15;
older devices are no longer supported.
On the iPad, the arrival of iPadOS 15 adds features that iPhone owners have had available for a year, such as an app library and widgets on the home screen that can be resized.
People with an iPad mini 4 or newer iPad mini, an iPad Air 2 or newer iPad Air, or a fifth or newer generation iPad can install the update.
All iPad Pros are also supported.
WatchOS 8 also includes a Focus mode.
In addition, the update will add new clocks for the larger screens of the new Apple Watch Series 7 and new options for sports.
For example, the Watch recognizes when you are cycling, but also when you stop or fall.
The update for Apple Watch is suitable for the Watch Series 3 and newer models.
The SE is also supported.
See also: These innovations Apple adds to your iPhone with iOS 15