Apple, the American technology giant, just released iOS 15.0.2 and watchOS 8.0.1, two new software updates for its smartphones and smartwatches that include several critical bug fixes.
The current update is a response to the anger caused by iOS 15. Apple released iOS 15 on September 20 and has already released iOS 15.0.1 to address an issue in which users could not use their Apple Watch to unlock their iPhone 13 when wearing a mask.
According to The Verge, Apple is also beta testing iOS 15.1 at the moment, which includes features such as SharePlay, support for connecting a COVID-19 immunisation card to Apple Wallet, and new iPhone 13 Pro camera functions.
The following is a list of changes included in the update, including a patch for the Find My bug:
- Photos saved to your library from Messages may be erased after the thread or message is deleted.
- It is possible that the iPhone Leather Wallet with MagSafe will not connect to Find My iPhone.
- AirTag may be missing from the Find My Items tab.
- During playback, CarPlay may fail to activate audio apps or may disconnect.
- When using Finder or iTunes to recover or upgrade an iPhone 13 model, device restorations or updates may fail.
For the iPad and iPhone, it also addresses a security hole that Apple claims is already being exploited, necessitating an immediate upgrade, according to The Verge. Additionally, iPadOS 15.0.2 is now available.
Additionally, watchOS 8.0.1 has reportedly been released . According to Apple, the following issues have been resolved:
- Update of software For some Apple Watch Series 3 users, progress may not be reflected appropriately.
- Some Apple Watch Series 3 users may have been unable to access accessibility settings.
Both iOS 15.0.2 and watchOS 8.0.1 are presently available for download on supported devices, according to The Verge.
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