Apple is all set to roll out the iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 operating systems.
New Delhi: Apple is all set to roll out the iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 operating systems after the iOS 15 kicked off with a rocky start after users reported several bugs. The Cupertino tech giant is already ironing out these complaints with the upcoming iOS 15.1 build which is currently in the beta stage.
Apple had recently rolled out the iOS 15.2 operating system that added a fix for a CarPlay bug. Reports had pointed out that a bug could cause CarPlay to fail to open audio apps and an issue that could cause device to restore or updates to fail on iPhone 13 models.
A Twitter user @RobertCFO obtained confirmation from an Apple Product Security Team member about the final build’s release date. According to the leaked email, iOS 15.1 and iPad OS 15.1 will release on October 25 - exactly one week after Apple`s Unleashed event, which is scheduled for October 18.
Moreover, the launch also falls in line with Apple’s usual software update policy of releasing new software one week after its events. Also Read: HDFC Results: Bank’s Q2 consolidated profit rises 18% to Rs 9,096 crore
Apple iOS 15.1 is expected to bring SharePlay which lets you remotely watch and listen to streaming content with your friends via FaceTime, ProRes video support which is Apple`s new lossy video codec as well as COVID-19 vaccination document support in the Wallet app and bug fixes for the known issues in iOS 15. Also Read: Zee Digital Auto Awards 2021: 5 cars nominated for Hatchback of the Year