iOS 15.4.1 has been released for iPhones, and it is mainly simply a bug-fixing patch that solves three issues people have been having with iOS 15.4.
The main issue is the battery drain issue which we’ve got earlier mentioned, and the different two regard hearing devices no longer working with positive apps, and braille turning into unresponsive.
The latter two fixes are important for iPhone accessibility, however, it is the first one that’ll likely improve the experience for the largest range of users, for the reason that now not anybody makes use of the accessibility extras.
You can easily download this update by heading to the General section in the Settings app and finding ‘Software Update’ – if you have been suffering from one or more of the above issues, you should do this straight away.
Even if you haven’t been facing an issue, there’s no harm in updating anyway, especially since you might actually have been facing the issue without realizing it.
the update fixes the ongoing iPhone problem
The iOS 15.4.1 patch presents the iPhone battery drain issue as a bug – one that needs fixing with a quick software patch.
However when Apple commented on the issue before, it said it was a natural feature of a software update, and that battery drain would naturally even out after several days of use.
So which is it? Is the iPhone iOS 15.4 battery drain situation a bug or a feature? Well, it’s starting to seem like the former, even though Apple suggested initially that it was the latter.
This update includes the following bug fixes for your iPhone:
The battery may drain more quickly than expected after updating to iOS 15.4
Braille devices may become unresponsive while navigating text or displaying an alert
Made for iPhone hearing devices may lose connection within some third-party apps