Unlock with Watch on iPhone 13 and more fixes
The first major bug that iOS 15.0.1 has corrected is related to the new iPhone 13 mini, 13, 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max. The new buyers of these devices had been warning of the inability to configure Apple Watch for unlocking terminal, something extremely useful wearing a mask. Now, finally, it is corrected with this update, working in the same way as in any other iPhone with Face ID.
For the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, a bug that prevented some developers from being able to take advantage of ProMotion technology has also been fixed. Therefore, it is already allowed that the 120 Hz can be used by any type of application or game without any problem and efficiently, as it already acts in the entire system.
Another bug that is corrected in this version is that a call sign appears in the settings panel stating that storage is full, even if it isn’t. While it is true that this did not prevent being able to download applications or store new files, the truth is that it was tremendously annoying for those who were affected. This is a bug that also crawled from beta versions of both iOS 15 and iPadOS 15.
And although Apple has not detailed all of them, we have also been able to notice that bugs have been fixed in applications such as Reminders, Apple Music and more. If you were affected by any other bug not mentioned, it is probably fixed as well. Remember that you can update by going to Settings> General> Software update.
Other errors not yet resolved
While it is true that in general the performance of the systems has been optimized a lot and that the most serious errors seem resolved, there are others that seem to remain present even in iOS and iPadOS 15.0.1. This is the case of some devices whose touch occasionally fails, preventing proper scrolling between pages.
It will be necessary to see if they end up fixing with iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1, versions that are in their second beta. It is expected that their launch could be produced in the middle of the month, so we would still be two weeks away from seeing them officially. In any case, and although it does not seem feasible for now, it is not ruled out that we even see a hypothetical version ’15 .0.2 ‘.