Apple recommends immediately install iOS 15.0.2

Apple, the technology behemoth, introduced the iPhone 13 series and iOS 15 last month. Users began experiencing a slew of glitches and other issues after downloading the latest iOS version.

Ankit Awasthi

Ankit AwasthiBy Ankit Awasthi

Published on 13 Oct 2021 11:56 AM GMT

Apple recommends immediately install iOS 15.0.2
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Lucknow: Apple, the technology behemoth, introduced the iPhone 13 series and iOS 15 last month. Users began experiencing a slew of glitches and other issues after downloading the latest iOS version. Apple attempted to address these vulnerabilities with the iOS 15.0.1 release. However certain weaknesses have since been discovered. The firm has now requested that customers download and install the 15.0.2 iOS upgrade as soon as possible.

Critical security bug found:

Apple has advised iPhone owners to upgrade their devices to the most recent iOS 15.0.2 version ASAP. According to the business, the upgrade has been accompanied by several faults in the current operating system version, which include issues with Find My Service and other features. In addition, the business has shown interest in addressing a major security vulnerability.


Users are facing challenges in the current version:

Apple has published patch notes with the iOS 15.0.2 upgrades, and instead of introducing new capabilities, the company has addressed current feature deficiencies. Users have complained that the airtags around their smartphones were not displayed in the Find My app. This issue has been resolved as a result of the upgrade, which is also addressing other software problems. Users of the iPad may also benefit from the release of iOS 15.0.2.

Hackers are targeting devices:

Apple had just discovered a serious security vulnerability in the iPhone, which has already been addressed with the latest software update. Apple thinks that hackers were taking advantage of this vulnerability to attack consumers. Due to CVE-2021-30883 error hackers may use IOMobileFrameBuffer flaw and use 'Arbitrary code with Kernel Privilege' to launch an assault on the system. In this manner, in addition to remotely managing the device, other tasks such as stealing data from it may be completed.

Photos getting deleted due to a glitch:

According to Apple's patch notice, pictures saved from the messaging app by users were lost when the discussion was erased, which was caused by a problem. Another issue stopped the iPhone leather wallet with MagSafe from connecting to the iPhone's Find My Network function. In a similar vein, the CarPlay would sometimes disconnect during playing and would not launch audio applications.

Vulnerabilities are still present:

Apple has, of course, addressed many problems, but iOS 15 still has certain vulnerabilities. Several notifications that arrive on the notification screen may be shown one after another. Sometimes there is a lot of gaps between one alert and the next, and there is space between the alerts. Apple has not commented on the notification issue, although it may be addressed in a future update.

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Ankit Awasthi

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