The latest version of Apple’s iPhone and iPad operating system, iOS 15.2, was launched in December with a slew of changes and new features, and now iOS 15.2.1 has come with minor bug patches.
What’s new in the store?
This contains, among other things, fixes for Homekit security vulnerabilities and iPhone bugs that prevent messages from loading when received with an iCloud link. Apple has ensured that any device running iOS 14 will also be able to run iOS 15. Almost every device introduced in the previous six years will be covered. In the same way, iPadOS 15.2.1 will work well on iPadOS 14 devices.
List of devices that include the iOS 15.2.1 update
iPhone 13 series, iPhone 12 series, iPhone 11 series, iPhone X series, iPhone 8 series, iPhone 7, iPhone 6 series, iPhone SE (first and second edition), and any iPod after the 5th generation are among the primary devices that will be supported.
How to download and install the update?
Go to Settings > General > Software Update and select Download and Install to get the newest update. Once the download is complete, restart your iPhone to begin the installation, and your phone will be updated to the current version of iOS.
For registered developers, Apple has also issued a fresh beta build for iOS 15.3. The latest update resolves problems and adds some new “improvements,” according to Apple. However, it’s unclear if the iOS 15.3 beta version 2 has any new functionality.
For registered beta users, the update will be accessible via an OTA (Over the Air) download. If you’d want to test out Apple’s beta builds for free, you may do so at beta.apple.com.
Beta builds, on the other hand, may not necessarily be the greatest daily drivers for your phone, since they frequently have minor flaws that might cause you to miss out on important features.