Apple releases iOS 15.2.1 and iPadOS 15.2.1

13 January 2022
The updates fix some nagging issues.

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Anonymous, 14 Jan 2022iOS has the Files apps for ages which is basically a file m... moreYou have got to be stupid to think Android doesn't have good apps.

  • AnonD-1034280

Anonymous, 14 Jan 2022iOS has the Files apps for ages which is basically a file m... moreiOS has the Files app for ages which is basically crap. There, corrected. So you're proud about the fact that you pay premium for 3rd party apps to cover shortcomings of very basic stuff in iOS and that covering the same shortcomings qualify as creative? Well documented weird flex no doubt.

  • Anonymous

AnonD-1034280, 13 Jan 20223 Trillion and still no File Manager. This is like Disney a... moreiOS has the Files apps for ages which is basically a file management. On top of that there are some excellent file management apps. Android needs to have a more comprehensive OS because the majority of thirds party apps are mediocre and never get updates. On the other hand, iOS gets excellent apps to compensate for whatever the OS is missing. That allows app developers to get creative and bring interesting stuff and they have a very lucrative place to sell their apps as it is well documented that iOS users are spending more on apps than Android.

  • Anonymous

DarkKnight9, 14 Jan 2022Does this update solve the lags and stutters throughout the... moreno lags or stutter on my iPhone 8 Plus and I am still using 15.2.0

Does this update solve the lags and stutters throughout the system and apps on iphone 13?

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 14 Jan 2022iOS 15.2.1 is buggy! Crashes home screen after changing wal... moreu sure?

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George95, 13 Jan 2022Every Android flagship has these "basic" features... moreI don't use their "ecosystem" and it's experience not a single Android phone has ever delivered in 8 years of using them. I use iPhone and I also grabbed Apple Watch 5 out of curiosity because it was first to have Always-On Display. I also bought AirPods 2 which I exclusively use on Windows computers. All great experience. To further reinforce I don't use their "ecosystem", I'm not using ANY of their services, be it their iCloud mail, iCloud storage, Apple Maps (apart from it in DuckDuckGo), not using Safari, not using their iCloud Keychain for passwords, literally nothing. I can switch to Android again this moment with zero setbacks. Yet I'd prefer iPhone over pretty much any Android phone because of just how smoothly iOS works and how amazingly Apple is maintaining it and for how long your phone is actually supported. To date I've not owned any Android past 3 years because I always lost software support after 2 years and using outdated device that never gets any security updates afterwards is not something I like much at all. But if you all trip on all the megapixels, mAh and chipsets, be my guest. Bionic is so fast I don't care even after 3 years, but I do care about security and also getting cool new features.

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Anonymous, 13 Jan 2022I have both iphone and galaxy note 20 ultra. The big differ... moreWell, if it works perfectly, then why so many bugs and such a data packet ...? 😁

  • Anonymous

iOS 15.2.1 is buggy! Crashes home screen after changing wallpaper, reboot helps fixing this issue. Weird notification bugs as well.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 13 Jan 2022I have both iphone and galaxy note 20 ultra. The big differ... morei dont think they care not work or not.. as long they did it first..

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Please make an effort and finally fix the compass accuracy in walking mode. Iphone 8+

[deleted post]Yeah cause that makes sense?!?!

What don’t you try that again fella, and this time, try to actually make sense.

Oh and don’t forget to like your own comment of course.

George95, 13 Jan 2022Every Android flagship has these "basic" features... moreI don’t know, I have a Fitbit, a dell laptop, and an Amazon fire 10 plus tablet. I get by. My laptop has software that mimics my iPhones message notifications, and I have the iCloud windows app and browser extension for keychain. And as I use gmail as my email I have that on all devices, along with the associated calendar integration. And the Fitbit app syncs just fine.

It may not be the same level of integration you can get with Android these days, my last Android was the Galaxy S10, so it’s been a while. But like I said, I get by. This Apple only works with Apple stuff is just a myth, there are cross platform options available.

[deleted post]Every Android flagship has these "basic" features not to mention Samsung is also bringing Dex to the table. The only reason to buy an Apple device is if you are using their ecosystem and by that, I mean a PC and a tablet. If you are using Windows and every TV in the market, then Android is the OS to go.

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[deleted post]3 Trillion and still no File Manager. This is like Disney and MCU fanboys arguing how Disney and MCU films are the best because they make the most money. And what the other OEMs can do? Well for starters, they don't demand an arm and a leg... or the brain. They instead give us a plethora of options to choose from across different levels based on priority. They also make phones that work without a mirror.

GAMIR3DH, 13 Jan 2022This is why i check out the comments in iOS/Android related... moreHmm….1258 posts and 1593 upvotes…..somebody likes the sound of their own voice it seems.

This is why i check out the comments in iOS/Android related articles.
There's always a fight. Because fanboys gotta protect their Software preferences.

[deleted post]Which Android of course doesn’t have I expect you’d like everyone to believe yeah?

You tried listening to the Android Central podcast recently. Hosted by people who are actually are authoritative on Android, they seem quite vocal about the plethora of bugs Android has across its many versions

Hell, a simple Google search will somewhat ironically turn up countless reports of bugs in Android 12 alone….

  • Anonymous

AnonD-1034280, 13 Jan 2022Disney logic at its finest. According to various sources, 4... moreThat’s not how maths works

  • Anonymous

[deleted post]Unofficial, via Custom ROM, with no warranty for anything breaking, or even whether all functionality is available or not. Not to mention, security risks by unlocking the bootloader, custom recovery, maybe banking apps won’t work. Yeah, that’s the software support we want and need.
Not anything against the great work of these developers, but comparing this to official support from the manufacturer, who got a big software team behind them, is not credible.