Apple has just released iOS 15.2.1 build number 19C63, almost one month after seeding iOS 15.2. It’s an 1GB large update that brings bug fixes to iPhone and iPad. The release notes mention patches for CarPlay and Messages bugs.
iOS 15.2.1 Download
Your iPhone will update to it automatically (if enabled) in a couple of days, or you can force the update now by using Download and Install.
Provide iPhone Passcode and be patient until iOS 15.2.1 is requested, downloaded, prepared for update, verified and installed on your device!
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iOS 15.2.1 Bug Fixes
As mentioned above the update log highlights the following issues that are now labeled as fixed:
- Messages not loading photos that are sent via an iCloud link. (Fixed!)
- Third-party CarPlay apps might become unresponsive. We’ve reported this issue here. (Fixed!)
- HomeKit vulnerability has been patched by this update as mentioned in the security content of this update.
iOS 15.2.1 Old Bugs
Below you have some of the most common issues reported in iOS 15.2. We’re currently trying to replicate them in this version, to detect any other hidden bug fixes:
- To be updated
iOS 15.2.1 New Bugs
If you notice any new issues after updating to this release, don’t hesitate to mention your problem in the comments of this article or directly from the cont
- To be updated
iOS 15.2.1 Features
There are no other improvements mentioned in the release notes. However, Apple often adds new features or changes without mentioning them.
Important: Our iOS 15.2.1 testing is ongoing. If you notice anything new, that’s not mentioned here, don’t hesitate to let us know using the comments section.
Have you updated to iOS 15.2.1 and iPadOS 15.2.1? What’s your feedback? Use the comments section and. contribute to this review!
Related: Apple has also issued iOS 15.3 beta 2 (19D5040e) for Developers, as well as watchOS 8.4 beta 2 (19S5539e), tvOS 15.3 beta 2 (19K5541d) and macOS 12.2 beta 2 (21D5039d).