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Apple has released iOS 15.0.2. What’s new


Apple released another iOS update today, October 11th. Anyone can install it right now. Let me remind you that in the previous version, the developers fixed the error of unlocking the iPhone 13 using the Apple Watch, which users had previously encountered. The current version 15.0.2 introduces bug fixes that will make iOS 15 even better.

What’s new in iOS 15.0.2

The next update is minor and includes bug fixes without global innovations. We’ll tell you what has been fixed

  • Fixed a bug in iMessage that caused saved images to be deleted.
  • Fixes issues when restoring or updating iPhone 13 using iTunes.
  • Fixed bugs that prevented the AirTag device from showing up in the Things tab in Find My.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented CarPlay from opening audio apps, resulting in a freeze while playing music.
  • MagSafe wallet connects to FindMy, which has been causing problems before.

IOS 15 issues

We remind you once again that updates are dangerous in their own way. It’s important to remember to create a backup and keep our article nearby on how to get your phone back up and running, even if it freezes during the update process. Unfortunately, there is no way to return to iOS 14.8, but you can return to iOS 15.0.1 using the previous algorithm.

Colleagues in the editorial office faced overheating of the iPhone, but judging by the description of iOS 15.0.2, this has not been fixed.

By the way, the other day I ran into the first serious error in iOS 15.0.1 – during an incoming call, the screen went out and did not respond to pressing. After the end of the call, it turned on again. What is it? I think it’s a one-time promotion. Anyway, I have not found similar complaints anywhere.

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