Another iOS update is beginning to hit telephones — actually no, not the apparently highlight stuffed iOS 15.2, however iOS 15.1.1, which Apple says will settle an issue with calls dropping. As indicated by the update note, the new form of iOS “further develops call drop execution on iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 models.”
While we haven’t seen a lot of clients whining about their new-model iPhones dropping a greater number of calls than ordinary, it’s great to see that Apple is focusing on how its telephones proceed as, all things considered, telephones.
You can refresh to iOS 15.1.1 by going to Settings > General > Software Update. In the event that you view refreshing as an aggravation and haven’t been encountering any call issues, however, it could be ideal to simply hang tight for iOS 15.2 — the beta has been totally loaded with highlights, including enhancements to the iPhone 13 Pro’s full scale mode, the expansion of the App Privacy Report, the capacity to physically check for dubious AirTags, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. That update is by all accounts coming soon, so holding back to go through the update cycle would be reasonable, particularly given that Apple’s not detailing any significant security patches in 15.1.1.