The latest update from Apple is finally here! iOS 15.6 includes a wealth of bug fixes and security measures, as well as one new feature for watching live sports in the TV app – now you can stream your favorite teams without having cable or satellite subscriptions.
A lot has happened since the last major release back on July 20th when we received feedback throughout the development process including what needs improvement; so today after integrating all those suggestions into versions 15.6.1 and 15.6.2, we’re happy to share the latest public release with you all.
iOS 15.6 is here to make your live sports game even more exciting! You can now restart an ongoing match, pause it if needs be and fast forward or rewind through the action easily on iPhone/iPad with this new update as well – all in real-time without having ever left home for any of those games.
iOS 15.6 Update Notes From Apple
Enhancements, bugs fixes, and security updates are included in iOS 15.6.
The TV app now has an option to restart a live sports game that is already in progress. You can also pause, rewind, and fast-forward the game.
This update fixes an issue where Settings may show that device storage is full, even if there is still space available.
When reading e-mail on a braille device, this update repairs an issue that might cause braille devices to become sluggish or cease responding.
This update corrects a problem in Safari where a tab might revert back to a previous page.
iOS 15 will be the last update to Apple’s current mobile software before they release an updated version in September. Rumors are heating up about what features may come with this next-generation iPhone.
Next iOS brings a lot of new features, including the ability to edit and unsend messages. The customizable lock screen has also been improved with changes in notifications as well as updates for Apple Pay Wallet!
iOS 15.6 is a great update that patch some important security loopholes while adding a new and exciting feature for sports fans. If you’re looking for something to hold you over until the next big release, this is definitely it.
Ahmed Baig is the editor-in-chief at MICGadget.com, where he has been reporting on gadget news and trends for over 11 years. Ahmed's work has been featured in a variety of publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Wired. When he's not writing about technology, In my spare time, I enjoy playing cricket, hiking and spending time with my family and pets.