iOS 15.6 is now out, and it has all of the fixes and new updates for your iPhone.
Apple also updates the iPadOS, macOS, WatchOS, and TVOS software.
This week, Apple updated its devices with iOS 15.6 and a few other software updates. The new iPhone software fixes bugs, like one that made the phone think its storage was full when it wasn’t, and adds a new live sports feature to the TV app.
People can now pause, rewind, and fast forward in the TV app, as well as restart live sports games that are already in progress. iOS 15.6 also has a long list of updates that make the iPhone safer.
Here is what Apple announced on Wednesday:
iOS 15.6 has new features, fixes for bugs, and security updates.
The TV app now lets you pause, rewind, or fast-forward live sports games that are already going on.
Fixes a problem where Settings might still say that the device’s storage is full even though there is space.
Fixes a problem that could cause braille devices to slow down or stop responding when reading text in Mail. Fixes a problem in Safari where a tab could go back to a previous page.
This could be the last update to iOS 15 before the company’s next mobile software, iOS 16, and the heavily rumored iPhone 14 come out to the public. The next version of iOS, which is now in public beta, will add a number of new features, such as the ability to edit and unsend messages, a new lock screen that can be customized, changes to notifications, and new versions of Wallet and Apple Pay.
On Wednesday, Apple also put out iPadOS 15.6, MacOS 12.5, WatchOS 8.7, and TVOS 15.6. iPadOS 15.6 and MacOS 12.5 got the same TV app update for live sports as iOS 15.6, as well as security updates. WatchOS 8.7 fixed bugs and TVOS 15.6 got better performance and stability, according to Apple.
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