iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 have resolved a previously unknown privacy issue with Siri voice recordings being uploaded to Apple's servers even when you opted out.
If you forgot your iPhone passcode, take advantage of a handy Security Lockout feature to erase your device without having to plug it into a computer in DFU recovery mode.
Apple is no longer signing iOS & iPadOS 15.2 as of Wednesday, a move on the Cupertino-based company’s part that will stymie individual users’ attempts to restore or downgrade their iPhone or iPad to this particular firmware using either Finder on macOS or iTunes on Windows.
While there hasn’t been any discernible movement lately with respect to jailbreaking iOS & iPadOS 15, the good news is that a lot of different potential exploits now exist in the wild, putting the ball instead in jailbreak developers’ courts. In fact, it seems that another could be on the brink of development at the time of this writing.
Good news for DIY-ers: Third-party iPhone 13 screen replacements no longer disrupt Face ID provided you've updated your phone to Apple's iOS 15.2 software update.
Apple just this evening stopped signing iOS and iPadOS 15.1.1 (for the iPhone 12 and 13 lineups) and iOS and iPadOS 15.1 for all the rest of the company’s mobile devices after releasing iOS and iPadOS 15.2 just last week.
Starting with iOS and iPadOS 15.2, Apple provides users with more tools to monitor how they’re being tracked by the apps they use every day. Apple calls this novel feature App Privacy Report, and just as you’d come to expect from an Apple product, it’s easy for anyone to use.
The newly released iOS 15.2 update has revived previously removed Siri commands for voicemail, recent calls and email, frequently used by low vision and blind owners.
Emergency SOS in iOS 15.2 can be initiated with rapid presses of your iPhone's power button or by holding down the power button and either volume button together.
Apple on Monday released the iOS & iPadOS 15.2 software update for compatible iPhones and iPads. Based on the security content notes for this release, it’s evident that Apple ‘s security team spent some extra time patching a relatively high number of security vulnerabilities.
Apple has been working on the next update for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 for a bit of time now. Which means we've been working with a variety of different beta seeds over the last couple of months or so. But, now the company is ready for the public release.
iOS 15.2 lets you access a history of serviced iPhone parts to check that a device repair was carried out as sold, including if any serviced part has been identified as a genuine Apple component.