Apple just released updates. In addition to iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3, the Cupertino company has released updates for the rest of the operating systems. Updates containing bug fixes and security improvements.
A maintenance release before iOS 16
In view of the next big version, iOS 16, which should be presented next June, Apple has carried out maintenance on its operating systems. The versions of iOS 15.3, iPadOS 15.3, homePodOS 15.3, macOS 12.2, watchOS 8.4 and tvOS 15.3 come with very few new features.
It is true that after the large number of changes we saw in the previous version, 15.2, which brought new features such as the Hide my email function in Mail, search in Apple Music lists or improvements in the mode Macro of the iPhone 13, we didn’t expect big improvements either.
One interesting thing, however, that could easily go unnoticed is that now the Music app and the Apple TV app on our Mac work 100% natively. An interesting change that leaves behind embedded web content that used to be displayed in some sections of apps.
As we have already mentioned several times, the updates contain more news than it seems. The one at hand fixes, for example, a HomeKit bug that could render devices unresponsive. Also, let’s not forget that the demand for updates is higher right after the release, so the download may take a little longer than usual.
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