iOS 15.2, the latest version of Apple’s iPhone/iPad operating system, was released in December. It included a host of new features and changes. Now, iOS 15.2.1 includes minor bug fixes.
What’s New in the Store?
This includes fixes for Homekit security flaws and iPhone bugs that prevent messages loading from being received with an iCloud connection. Apple has made sure that iOS 15 will work on any iOS 14-compatible device. Nearly every device that was introduced in the past six years will be covered. iPadOS 15.2.1 will also work on iPadOS 14.
List devices that include iOS 15.2.1 Update
iPhone 13 series and iPhone 12 series, iPhone 11 Series, iPhone X series and iPhone 8 series, iPhone 7 series, iPhone 6 series and iPhone SE (first edition and second edition) are some of the primary devices supported.
How do I download and install the update?
To download the latest update, go to Settings > General > Software Upgrade and choose Download and Instal. After the download is completed, restart your iPhone to start the installation. Your phone will now be updated to the latest iOS version.
Apple also released a new beta version of iOS 15.3 for registered developers. According to Apple, the latest update fixes some issues and adds some “improvements.” It’s not clear if iOS 15.3 beta 2 will have any new functionality.
The update will be available via an OTA download for registered beta users. You can download the beta build of Apple for free at beta.apple.com
Beta builds on the other side may not be the best daily drivers for your smartphone, as they often have minor flaws which can cause you to miss important features.