Cupertino-based giant Apple has started rolling out the latest iOS, iOS 15.3 for iPhone users that comes with several performance improvements, bug fixes, and security enhancements. Alongside iOS 15.3, Apple has also launched iPadOS 15.3 and WatchOS 8.4 for iPad and Apple Watch users. The update does not bring many new features and is more focused on bug fixes and under-the-hood improvements. One of the main changes that the new iOS update brings is a fix for a Safari vulnerability that may have been leaking users’ browsing history and Google ID data to the websites users visited.
Users can update their iPhone to iOS 15.3 and iPads to iPadOS 15.3 by heading to Settings > General > Software Update. The build number of the release is 19D50.
The WatchOS 8.4 update for Apple Watch users also focuses on bug fixes and performance improvements. Users can update their Apple Watch for WatchOS 8.4 by going to the Settings app on their Apple Watch of using the Apple Watch app on their iPhone.
With iOS 15.3 being an update that fixes bugs and brings more performance improvements than features, the next update (iOS 15.4) is expected to be more feature-rich. The much-hyped Universal Control feature is still not to be found on iOS 15, so that may be the highlight of the next iOS 15.4 update. Only time will tell.