Apple releases iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5
Today Apple has updated its mobile devices to iOS 15.5 (for iPhones) and iPadOS 15.5 (for iPads), respectively. As the .1 incrementation implies, this one isn't a big update, but it still manages to pack in a couple of new features.
First up, the Wallet app now enables Apple Cash customers to send and request money from their Apple Cash card. Second, the Apple Podcasts app includes a new setting to limit episodes stored on your device and automatically delete older ones.
Additionally, an issue where home automations may fail when triggered by people arriving or leaving is now fixed. There are more than 25 security fixes in this new release too, none of which were being actively exploited to Apple's knowledge, but still - if you want to apply the 'better safe than sorry' logic, you need to consider updating as soon as possible.
The update should already have been announced by your iPhone or iPad, but if not, you can always head into Settings and manually grab it. Apple's rollouts thankfully aren't staged, so the new software is already available for everyone who wants it.
- 18 May 2022
Honestly after Android 12, I can't even feel bad anymore for people switching to IOS.
- 17 May 2022
good choice, happy for you. What made you switch?
- Rotciv Ikias
- 17 May 2022
I like IOS but I love Android mainly because it free They both have some features that are only found on one OS so I just buy the best of both worlds nd use two smartphones I know it's very money wasting but I use a s22 ultra nd 13 pr...