Apple has made a small change to the iPhone and iPad. iOS 15.4.1 has a lot of bugs fixed. iOS 15.4 has also been blamed for draining a lot of battery power on some iPhones. Apple has also tried to fix this.
iOS 15.4.1 update details
A small update has been made to the operating systems for the iPhone and iPad, which are called iOS and iPad OS. The new version doesn’t have any new features, but it fixes bugs. There are a lot of things Apple says the update fixes.
- Braille devices may become unresponsive while navigating text or displaying an alert
- Made for iPhone heading devices may lose connection within some third-party app
People who own iPhones have said that the update is about 300MB in size. This update also tries to fix the battery drain problem that came up when iOS 15.4 was released earlier this month. This is the second time this has happened.
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Apple’s official Twitter account, Apple Support, has said that it is “normal” for people to lose battery life after a software update because that’s how phones work. Apps and features need 48 hours to “adapt” to the new version.
“The battery may drain faster than expected after updating to iOS 15.4,” Apple has said. Apple says that it takes time to “resolve” system apps and functions after a big update, but iOS 15.4.1 says that this is not true. We know that the battery drain on iOS 15.4.1 is not normal at all.
Everyone who owns a device that can get the iOS 15.4.1 and iPadOS 15.4.1 updates can get them now. There is a protocol called OTA that lets you get and install updates. To get the update, go to Settings > General > Software Update in order to get the new software.
If an app could “execute arbitrary code,” MacRumors said recently, the latest update also fixes an AppleAVD flaw that could have let apps do that. Apple has shown that an attack based on this vulnerability may be out there. So, iPhone and iPad users should make sure to update their devices as soon as possible.