Apple today released iOS 15.0.1 which is the first official update for the iPhone after iOS 15 that was released last month, as the update is available for all iPhone models launched after 2015 and above iPhone 6s.
The update was pending as many users were experiencing various issues with their devices after installing iOS 15, and among the few issues that Apple admitted was that users were unable to use the “Unlock with Apple Watch” feature on their newly launched iPhone 13 series.
And after installing iOS 15, users also reported various issues like wrong storage scheduler, unresponsive touch screen, non-functional camera, missing Siri key commands, photos disappearing and many more.
The company says that iOS 15.0.1 fixes a bug where the Settings app might incorrectly display an alert that storage is full and that audio meditations could start unexpectedly in a workout on the Apple Watch for some Fitness+ subscribers.
The company also said it plans to fix a Core Animation bug that prevents a few developers from taking full advantage of ProMotion’s 120Hz refresh rate screens for their app’s animations, and this issue will likely also be fixed in the latest iOS update.
iOS 15 was first revealed at WWDC in June and introduced some notable features such as a redesigned Safari browser, SharPlay, Focus Mode, Live Text, Virtual Look Up, and many more.
The update also brought new security and privacy features, and Apple has already started beta testing iOS 15.1 to eliminate more bugs. To update your device, you can go to Settings > General > Software Update.