Apple today released the second version of the iOS 15 update. Apple's iOS 15.0.2 release comes a week and a half after iOS 15.0.1, and this update completely fixes the issues seen in the previous version of iOS 15. In addition to fixing these issues, Apple has announced the release of a security update with this version. Apple released iOS 15 in September this year.
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Apple shortly before the release of the first version of the iOS update 15 announced that two new features, namely support for the ProRes video format and automatic macro shutdown in the third beta of iOS 15.1, have been made available to users. Thus, with these new features, Apple users will be able to turn off the camera in ProRes format and auto macro mode.
In current versions of iOS 15, the iPhone 13 Pro automatically detects when you are close to a subject and switches from the main camera lens to the macro lens. Many Apple users have noticed this, and Apple has announced that it is adding a setting to turn it off. Despite the addition of this new feature, recent reports indicate that there is a bug in the automatic shutdown of Macro mode.
The American tech giant has also released the second version of the iPadOS 15 update for iPad users. Fully fixes bug messages, AirTags, and bugs on the iPad mini 6 when working with Finder or iTunes. Apple Security Support Page has announced that the iOS 15.0.2 version of iOS and iPadOS will actually fix a security hole in the system for accessing apps that could be exploited by hackers. For this reason, all users should have the latest version of the iOS 15 update installed on their devices.