Apple has released the stable version of iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5 update to users. This is coming weeks, after the beta version was rolled out to developers. It is coming as Apple’s fifth major update, since September 2021. Unlike the iOS 15.4, iOS 15.5 is relatively unchanged.
The update is a modest, and tries to fix bugs from iOS 15 as well as modified a few things. The new iOS 15.5 features include a pair of buttons introduced to the Wallet app that let Apple Cash cardholders instantly request or send money, and a new option in the Apple Podcasts app that lets you control the number of episodes kept on your device. According to the update release notes, the update also includes a number of bug fixes. One of these fixes should make home automation more reliable when people arrive or leave.
Official changelog of iOS 15.5:
iOS 15.5 includes the following improvements and bug fixes;
- Wallet now enables Apple Cash customers to send and request money from their Apple Cash card
- Apple Podcasts include a new setting to limit episodes stored on your iPhone and automatically delete older ones
- Fixes an issue where home automations, triggered by people arriving or leaving, may fail
Official changelog of iPadOS 15.5:
iPadOS 15.5 includes the following improvements and bug fixes;
- Apple Podcasts include a new setting to limit episodes stored on your iPad and automatically delete older ones
Apple, also made an upgrades to macOS 12.4, watchOS 8.6, tvOS 15.5, and Studio Display update 15.5 accessible for download by users. The update focused on bug fixes and improvements to overall performance.
Official changelog of macOS Monterey 12.4 update:
- Apple Podcasts include a new setting to limit episodes stored on your Mac and automatically delete older ones.
- Support for Studio Display Firmware Update 15.5, available as a separate update, refines camera tuning, including improved noise reduction, contrast, and framing
Please know that these upgrades are currently being rolled out to users all over the world, providing their devices are compatible.