Apple's iOS 15 Update Releases On Monday, But You May Not Want To Install it Right Away
Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) is releasing its updated iOS version 15 on Monday.
The new operating system offers a multitude of new functions and also fixes some existing bugs.
It brings new features like the ability for FaceTime Android owners to save your driver's license in your digital wallet, and important Apple Maps upgrades.
Apple intends to release the beta version first to help developers fix the bugs. So while they work to fix any remaining glitches, you may find issues with the errors in the first general version.
Cnet.com claims the third build was worse than the one before it. But later, Apple's development team fixed most of these bugs.
Also read: Apple issues a warning about the performance of the iPhone camera
It is therefore advisable not to download the latest version on the first day as you will experience the live version of a beta tester.
In the case of iOS 14, the bugs were fixed a week after the launch. So you can wait a while before installing the new operating system on your iPhone.
According to a report, iOS 15 is not a complete overhaul of the iPhone operating system. However, it does offer some useful features for users.
Apple has announced that it will continue to support iOS 14 so users won't miss any security and bug fixes even if they choose not to install Apple's latest operating system.
Also Read: Why Apple's Smartphone Shipments Will Grow at More Than Double the Pace of Rivals in 2021
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