Apple Inc. published the fourth developer beta of iOS 15.2 in the first week of December for all eligible iPhones, including the iPhone 6s and later.
According to Apple’s release notes, the new beta addresses issues with the App Store, such as app crashes, and issues with Apple Music streaming, which apparently causes excessive CPU utilization, which drains the battery faster also causing the phone to heat up.
iOS 15 has a slew of new features that will help you connect with people, be more present and in the moment, explore the world, and leverage sophisticated intelligence to do more with your iPhone than ever before.
Apple released iOS 15.1.1 for the iPhone 12 and 13 series on November 17, which was the most recent public iOS upgrade. The update was designed to address call drop issues in these two iPhone versions.
What’s new in iOS 15.2?
Apple’s iOS 15.2 is supposed to improve sluggish performance, such as loading, launching, and downloading apps, as well as utilizing the inbox.
Meanwhile, iOS 15.1.1 (iPhone 12 and later) and iPadOS 15.1 are the most recent versions available.