Users can no longer install iOS 15.1 on their mobile. It is its developer who is at the origin of the change, whose motives have once again not been revealed. However, it regularly happens that certain editions of the software experience the same fate, as we saw previously in October. Often, it is a question of guaranteeing maximum security by always providing consumers with the latest patches in this area.
Instead, Internet users are now invited to opt for iOS 15.1.1, which was originally specially dedicated to the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The new feature of this version is that it fixes a bug that made some calls unstable.
iOS 15.2 in the starting blocks
iOS 15.1.1 should not last long, however, given that the next version of the operating system is already being tested on many mobiles. This is a beta: caution before trying it, at the risk of encountering potentially very blocking technical problems.
With iOS 15.2, several features are improved in terms of taking photos, locating your devices or even child protection and privacy. Emergency calls and the summary of notifications have also been updated.