Apple released iOS 15 to the public earlier this week after months of beta testing. The public build of iOS 15 was different from the Release Candidate build seeded last week as it carried a different build number. Most major iOS updates tend to have a negative impact on battery life. So how does iOS 15 compare against iOS 14 in this regard? Will your iPhone’s battery life take a hit after installing iOS 15?
iOS 15: Everything You Need to Know
Apple released iOS 15 to the public after months of beta testing. However, that does not mean the final public release of the OS is free from all bugs and issues. There are still plenty of bugs and issues in the public release of iOS 15. Below is a list of all the iOS 15 bugs and issues that have been reported so far.
Several iPhone owners are facing storage issues after installing the iOS 15 update on their devices. Their iPhones keep throwing an “iPhone Storage Almost Full” error despite having plenty of storage space.
Installed iOS 15 on your iPhone but not liking the experience so far? Or ran into a showstopping bug? Well, Apple is still signing iOS 14.8, so you can always downgrade your iPhone back to iOS 14 if you wish to. Follow our guide to know how.
With iOS 15, Apple revamped Do Not Disturb into Focus mode where you can set up different profiles to manage notifications depending on your location and time of the day. While Focus mode is a big step up from Do Not Disturb in every possible way, it does miss out on a key feature.
Soon after releasing iOS 15 to the public, Apple also dropped the first beta of iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 to developers. While the final release of the OS is still a few weeks away, the first beta of iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 do pack some new features and improvements. Check out everything new with iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1. below.
Just a day after releasing iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 to the public, Apple has seeded the first beta of iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 to developers.
Have you installed iOS 15 on your iPhone? And now you’re facing Bluetooth issues? There can be many reasons for this, as Apple might have made some underlying changes that could bork the Bluetooth on your iPhone. Nonetheless, here are some general tips, tricks, and solutions you can follow to fix Bluetooth issues on your iPhone running iOS 15.
After initially being announced at WWDC 2021, iOS 15 is now available to download for all compatible iPhones. While not as big of an update as iOS 14, there are still several new features and enhancements in iOS 15 aimed at improving core apps, privacy, security, Siri, notifications, and more. Check out an exhaustive list of all the new iOS 15 features that you can enjoy below.
iOS 15 might not pack a lot of features, but it comes come with several usability improvements. This also means that there’s a high probability of things going south after installing such a major iOS update on your iPhone. If you are also running into some issues after installing the iOS 15 update on your iPhone, check out this guide with some possible solutions to your problem.