Apple officially rolled out iOS 15.2 to the public on Monday, along with iPadOS 15.2, macOS 12.1, and more.
In a YouTube video published earlier today, Zollotech breaks down some of the features and improvements included in iOS 15.2 that he did not cover in his original iOS 15.2 public release video earlier this week.
Here’s a summary of some of the most significant additions to and changes in iOS 15.2 and iOS 15.3:
- iOS 15.2 adds a toggle for the new nudity detection feature for children under Communication Safety in Settings.
- The ProMotion feature on iPhone 13 series phones appears to be much smoother and better on iOS 15.3 beta 1.
- iOS 15.3 beta 1 also appears to have fixed the storage bug that resulted in iPhones not being able to display storage information or displaying incorrect storage information under Settings > General > iPhone Storage.
Battery life is good on both iOS 15.2 and iOS 15.3 beta 1, and the YouTuber observed a marked decrease in lagging and crashes iOS 15.3 beta 1.
The Apple Music bug that resulted in high CPU and battery usage and the device heating up while streaming audio in the app still persists, and cellular reception remains shoddy and inconsistent for many users.
Users are also reporting problems with third-party apps, especially ones owned by Meta, on both iOS versions. Some issues have also been observed with Google apps like YouTube and Smart Lock.
The YouTuber also noticed a peculiar bug with the Mail app on iPadOS, where two of the emails in his inbox were displayed overlapping each other and were therefore not legible.