iOS 15 was released not too long ago, and as with most releases of major OS updates, there are bound to be bugs and various issues associated with it. The good news is that if you are running an iPhone with iOS 15 installed and you are encountering some issues with it, it looks like Apple has a fix.

The company has recently released a new update for iOS 15 that will bring it up to version 15.0.2 and according to the changelog, it seems that there are a bunch of bug fixes associated with the update.

According to Apple, one of the fixes they addressed is how photos saved from Messages would be deleted after deleting the message or thread, a bug that we reported on a couple of weeks ago. It also addresses issues with the iPhone Leather Wallet with MagSafe that can’t connect to the Find My network, and more.

We’re not sure if this is the complete list of bugs fixed with iOS 15.0.2, but either way if you are experiencing problems with the previous update, then hopefully this update will be able to address some of those concerns. The update should already be live so head on over to your Settings to manually pull the update if you don’t want to wait to be prompted.

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