After the Christmas break it seems that Apple is back at work and without further delay it has released several updates. On the one hand iOS 15.2.1 to solve bugs, and also the second Beta of iOS 15.3, as well as the corresponding Betas for the rest of the devices.

iOS 15.2.1 bug fixes

Apple has released iOS 15.2.1 and iPadOS 15.2.1 fixing bugs for CarPlay and iMessage. But it also fixed an important bug related to HomeKit that could cause your device to stop working repeatedly. It was a somewhat far-fetched HomeKit bug, but it could cause your device to It will fail if when you change the name of one of your devices you give it a name with more than 500,000 characters.

As for CarPlay, a bug is corrected that caused third-party applications to not respond to our control. And in iMessage, it is solved that some photos sent via link to iCloud will not be uploaded in Apple’s messaging service.

iOS 15.3, watchOS 8.4, and tvOS 15.3 Beta 2

The second Beta of the next updates that we will receive on our devices are now available for developers after the macOS Monterey Beta was released yesterday. At the moment this update does not show any important news, something quite strange for a single decimal update. The update to iOS 15.2 brought quite a few new features, but this 15.3 does not reveal any relevant change. Nor have they found clues in the code of the new versions that allow guessing future news that Apple wants to keep hidden for now.

These updates are accompanied by the equivalent versions for Apple Watch and for Apple TV. As with the version for iPhone and iPad, we have not found any relevant news in any of them. They can now be downloaded, if you have a developer account, via OTA from your own device as long as it is connected to WiFi and with enough battery.