- IPhone Repair : iOS 15.2 now offers a brand new menu called Parts and Service History (the name in French remains to be defined). This section lists the components of the mobile which have been replaced and indicates whether they are original or unknown. This menu only appears if the iPhone has dealt with Apple customer service. To get there : Settings> General> About. (find out more)
- Apple Music Voice Plan : the Apple Music package at 4.99 euros per month announced during the last keynote is finally available with iOS 15.2. Only developers are entitled to it at the moment.
- Heritage : iOS 15.2 users can also designate a legatee who will take charge of their personal data in the event of death. A solution that is reminiscent of the very similar one of Facebook.
- App Privacy Report : to know how often your apps access your private information such as geolocation, photos, camera, microphone, contacts and more during the last seven days
- Messages : safety for children
- Camera : possibility of deactivating the automatic switch to ultra wide-angle when taking macro photos with the iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max
- TV : new tab Store to buy movies and series
- CarPlay : improved maps with cycle paths and pedestrian crossings in some towns
- Mail : possibility to hide your address (only with an iCloud + plan) and replace it with a disposable alias
- Locate : Now identifies the position of an iPhone for up to five hours after shutting down on low battery
- Notes and reminders : modification and deletion of tags
- stock Exchange : annual performance graph
iOS 15.2 also fixes bugs in VoiceOver, for ProRAW photos, with HomeKit, CarPlay, streaming on iPhone 13 or even Calendar.
How to install iOS 15.2 (RC)?
See the procedure explained in detail (for Mac, but this method also works for iPhone) right here.
We haven’t noticed any additional options for watchOS 8.3 yet. This grind comes out at the same time.
Needless to say that it is not recommended to install this release candidate on an everyday device, in order to avoid possible technical problems. The publisher also indicates it very clearly: incidents have already been spotted on the side of Music and SwiftUI with iOS 15.2.