Apple launches iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 with legacy contacts, Apple Music Voice, more

Apple launches iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 with legacy contacts, Apple Music Voice, more

The new iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 are presently accessible, carrying with them updates to Find My and AirTags, in addition to the new legacy contacts and privacy features, as well as presenting Apple Music Voice.

Following their numerous beta releases, the iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 editions are carrying out around the world. Clients can wait to be prompted to update, or look at Software Update in the Settings app.

As befits their point-update numbers, the 15.2 releases are predominantly refinements and bug fixes, however there are huge upgrades.

The refinements incorporate changes to the Find My app, which presently contains an additional option intended to quell fears of following by means of AirTags. A new “Items That Can Track Me” feature shows whether there are any gadgets close by that can be used to track a user.

Apple has additionally made a move to present what it calls Child Safety in Messages. This was previously launched as part of a “jumbled” series of child protection measures.

This new version sees Messages for a children’s account block conceivably upsetting pictures. In prior versions of the idea as found in beta releases, getting such a message would likewise send a notification to the child’s parents or legal guardians, however that has been eliminated.

What’s been added is an altogether new Legacy Contact feature. Presently clients can nominate an individual who is to have full access to your Apple ID account in case of your death.

Likewise new is support for Apple Music Voice. As reported in October, this is a new, cheaper Apple Music level that allows users access to the music catalog using Siri.

Then, at that point, in the last of the significant changes, iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 present an upgraded App Privacy Report. Close by existing protections, like Private Relay, the new App Privacy Report will detail which of a user’s apps have been getting to the microphone, or camera.