Embrace iOS 15 for the Ultimate To Do App Experience!

February 29, 2024
2 min read

Hey everyone, I've got some important news to share regarding the To Do app on iOS devices! As of mid-March 2024, a new requirement is rolling out – iOS devices will need to be running iOS 15 or higher to receive the latest updates for the To Do app. This means if you're still hanging on to iOS 14 or lower, it's time to consider making the leap to iOS 15.

For those of us who rely on the To Do app to keep our lives organized and on track, staying up to date with the latest features and improvements is crucial. With this change, users on older iOS versions might miss out on these updates, potentially impacting their productivity and user experience.

So, what's the game plan? Simple – prepare by updating your iOS device to version 15 or higher before mid-March hits. By doing so, you ensure that you'll continue to receive all the goodness that future To Do app updates have in store.

This shift underscores the importance of staying current with technology, not just for the sake of having the latest gadgets, but for optimizing our digital tools to work seamlessly with our lives. It's about embracing progress and leveraging innovation to make our daily routines smoother and more efficient.

So, if you're still rocking iOS 14 or lower, consider this your friendly nudge to take the plunge and upgrade to iOS 15. Your future self – and your productivity – will thank you for it!

Let's stay ahead of the curve and keep our To Do app experience top-notch. Time to update and elevate our productivity game!

Thx for reading.

Rene Vlieger

Rene Vlieger

As a Microsoft 365 consultant, Microsoft MVP and a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), I spend my days immersed in the world of cloud technology, assisting organizations on their transformative journey. My passion lies in enhancing productivity, fortifying governance, ensuring compliance, bolstering security measures, and fostering seamless adoption of new technologies.

In my role, I strive to be more than just a consultant; I aim to be a catalyst for organizational growth and evolution. By guiding businesses through logical steps, I help them ascend the maturity ladder, ensuring that every technological advancement is not just implemented but embraced wholeheartedly. But my commitment doesn't end there. I believe in the power of sharing knowledge, which is why I invest heavily in training sessions, workshops, and yes, even penning (or typing!) joint blogs. 

My Microsoft 365 knowledge includes Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Loop, Viva, Purview, Defender, Entra, Outlook, Whiteboard, Copilot, and Forms.