iOS 15.3 has officially launched, and users are being asked to update straight away

iPhone bug fixes

Apple has rolled out iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 ready for installation on all devices that are still supported.

The tech giant is encouraging users to update their devices as soon as possible, because the new iOS will fix an actively exploited bug relating to memory corruption, in addition to targeting the Safari bug that could cause users to have their browser history and even Google ID hacked.

Apple’s release notes for this update get straight to the point: “iOS 15.3 includes bug fixes and security updates for your iPhone and is recommended for all users.”

The update will also resolve other issues such as ColorSync, Crash Reporter, iCloud and the Kernel. None of these vulnerabilities, however, were known to have been exploited by hackers.

Apple has also rolled out watchOS 8.4 for Apple Watch users. This is another update that concentrates on bug fixes and performance issues, and you can install it by going to the Settings app on your Watch or your iPhone’s Apple Watch app.

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