Apple has finally released its IOS 15.0.2 with numerous bug fixes which were found earlier in the IOS 15. These bugs were initially noticed in the latest release of IOS 15, and a few of them were also found in iPhone 13 models and the Find my app.
The new bug-fixed update is currently available in the form of over-the-air download in the Settings app. The update comes with a build number of 19A404.
According to the release notes shared by Apple, the new update resolves numerous issues that include the encountered bugs in the Find my app that didn’t allow the iPhone Leather Wallet to work with the MagSafe or AirTag from connecting or appearing in the app. On top of that, the update also fixes the bug that deleted the photos from the user’s library when the corresponding message thread was deleted.
Other issues that were addressed include the CarPlay function that failed to open audio apps when turned on. On top of that device restoration issues were also addressed in this featured update. Apple’s new update is made available to the public just after the company launched its Ios 15.0.1, which solved numerous issues and bugs on the new iPhone 13 lineup. On the 8th of October, 2021 Apple stopped signing its base version of IOS 15.
The company is currently striving towards working on an IOS 15.1, which will be a huge update to the IOS 15 and will also come with verifiable COVID-19 Vaccination records. With this major update, the Apple lovers are cheering up and looking forward to the official IOS 15.1 and the updates that come with it. Now, the users can finally take a breath and keep calm, because Apple has addressed all the major issues that were found in the base version and IOS 15.0.1.