Last week, Apple made the iOS 15.2 stable update available to all customers. According to reports, Apple has already begun testing the next update, iOS 15.3. The first developer beta for iOS 15.3 is currently available, according to GSMArena.
While the new version does not appear to have any visual changes, it is intended to focus on correcting bugs discovered in earlier iterations and boosting overall speed.
The question of whether or not you should install the beta is a different one. The iOS 15.3 beta 1 is accessible to both developer and public beta users, but because it doesn’t have much to offer on the user-end, you can have a shaky experience. If you use your iPhone on a daily basis, you might want to wait for the upgrade to reach a stable state first.
Last week, Apple released the first beta of watchOS 8.4 to developers. While the upgrade is still unavailable to beta testers, there is no guarantee that the most recent improvements will be included in a future beta release.
It’s possible that the new adjustments will be incorporated into any subsequent significant beta releases. This update, too, is primarily concerned with bug fixes rather than new features.
Apple has yet to release key improvements to macOS and iPadOS, including the Universal Control feature, which was one of the standout features of macOS Monterey at the time of its release. The update, which was supposed to happen this fall, has now been put back to Spring 2022.
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