Apple released iOS 15.0.2 which includes some Find My fixes
Apple released iOS 15.0.2 which includes some Find My fixes

After it went public last month, Apple made further improvements to iOS 15. The company today released iOS 15.0.2 for iPhone users everywhere to constantly improve performance and fix bugs.

iOS 15.0.2 makes some important bug fixes, including those for Find My Network. iOS 15.0.2 is the second update to iOS 15 released in September.

iOS 15.0.2 was released a week and a half after the release of iOS 15.0.1. This is an update to fix a bug. The iOS 15.0.2 update can be downloaded for free. Thanks to the wireless update in the Settings app, the software can be used on all authorized devices.

According to Apple's release notes, this update addresses an issue that could cause photos stored in the Message Photo Library to disappear after the associated message or topic has been deleted.

iOS 15.0.2 also fixes an issue that could prevent iPhone Leather Wallet from connecting to Find My Network using MagSafe and an issue that could prevent AirTag from appearing in the Find My Items tab.

Addresses a CarPlay bug that could prevent CarPlay from opening the Audio app and an issue that could cause device restore or update errors when using Finder or iTunes on iPhone 13 models.

This update contains the following fixes for iPhone devices:

  •     After deleting the relevant topic or message, delete the photos stored in the message gallery.
  •     The iPhone leather wallet with MagSafe cannot be connected to "Find".
  •     AirTag may not appear in the Find My Items tab.
  •     CarPlay cannot open the audio app or disconnect while playing.
  •     Using Finder or iTunes on iPhone 13 models may fail to restore or update the device.

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The company has also released iPadOS 15.0.2 for iPad models, which fixes Message errors, AirTag errors, and errors that could cause device restore or update from iPad mini 6 when using Finder or iTunes.

The update support page notes that iOS 15.0.2 and iPadOS 15.0.2 have fixed a vulnerability that could allow apps to execute arbitrary code using kernel rights.

The company is aware of reports that the problem has been effectively exploited. Therefore, all users should make sure to get the update as soon as possible.

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