Apple released iOS 15.5, iPadOS 15.5 and macOS 12.4
Apple has released updates to its mobile platforms, iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5. This is the fifth major update for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 operating systems, originally released in September 2021.
In this update, the company has seriously worked on bugs and improved the stability of the operating system. But there are some minor changes as well.
iOS 15.5 includes the following improvements and bug fixes:
Wallet now allows Apple Cash customers to send and request money from their Apple Cash card (not available in Russia);
"Podcasts" includes a new setting to limit releases stored on the iPhone and automatically delete old ones;
fixes an automation issue in the "Home" app;
security issues and minor bugs have been fixed.
Updates to iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5 can be downloaded for free, the software is available over the air in the Settings app ("Basic" > "Software Update"). On the iPhone 12, the update weighs 660MB. On "older" models the update takes less space.
Apple has also released macOS 12.4:
Universal Control is out of beta testing;
The Podcasts app includes a new setting to limit episodes stored on the Mac and automatically delete old ones;
update 15.5 is available along with this update with improvements to the Studio Display front-facing camera image quality.
Download macOS 12.4 from System -> Software Update.
The iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 operating systems are expected to be announced as early as June 6 at WWDC 2022. Like the two previous events, this conference will take place in an online format.
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