Apple launched iOS 15.zero.1 to repair a few of your iPhone 13 errors

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Apple has started to fix some of the issues found in the final version of iOS 15. As a result, the company released a new update, version 15.0.1, to solve your Apple Watch unlock issues on some iPhone 13 models.

Apple released a new version of iOS 15.0.1 just two weeks after the official launch of the final version of iOS 15. This software update is already available for download on the latest iPhone 13 models and basically every other iPhone device currently running on iOS 15. Additionally, this update fixes a bug that affects iPhone 13 users who have their Cannot unlock phones with an authenticated Apple Watch while wearing a mask.

To get this update you need to go to Settings, then General, and finally Software Update. Apple also fixed an issue that caused the Settings app to show a warning that your device’s memory was full and the other issue that caused audio meditations to unexpectedly start a workout on the Apple Watch on Fitness +, was also fixed.

“This update contains bug fixes for your iPhone.
– Unlocking iPhone with Apple Watch may not work on iPhone 13 models
– The Settings app may incorrectly display a warning that the memory is full
– Audio meditations can unexpectedly start a workout on the Apple Watch for some Fitness + subscribers. “

There’s no idea when Apple will fix some of the other issues affecting iPhone models running iOS 15. Some of these issues include touch input, sensitivity issues in some apps, and more. iPhone 13 users have also reported that the Mail app crashes, Apple Music, Widgets, and Spotify are draining iPhone battery excessively quickly. Fortunately, the touch issue is usually resolved after restarting your device. Anyway, we expect Apple to fix all of these issues with future iOS updates.

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Samuel Martinez

A former bilingual teacher who left the classrooms to join the Pocketnow team as news editors and content creators for the Spanish audience. An artist by nature who enjoys video games, guitars, action figures, cooking, painting, drawing, and good music.

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