Apple starts rolling out iOS 15.2 updates; comes with features and bug fixes

The features include an app privacy report where a user can see how often third-party apps have accessed their personal data.

Apple has started rolling out the iOS 15.2 updates indicating the arrival of a stable update of iOS system updates. The company has come up with more features and bug fixes as the first major update for the operating system since iOS 15.1 in October.

The company has added a host of privacy features which includes an ‘App Privacy Report’ where a user can see how often third-party apps have accessed personal data like location, photos, contacts and microphones in the last seven days. There is another feature called Community safety where users can get alerts whenever their children receive obscene images. Siri and Safari Search have a similar feature to protect children in unsafe situations.


The auto call can now be set up for making an emergency call: holding the power button with a volume button or continuously pressing the power button multiple times. Both the methods will now place an emergency call starting with an 8-second countdown.

Apple has also come up with a new Apple Music Voice plan coming in at just Rs 49 a month. However, users have limited access to voice commands to access playlists, radio stations, podcasts and other content Apple sponsored content on Apple Music using Siri.

iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro max users are also getting a new Macro Photo control where the camera switch to the Ultra-wide lens while capturing macro photos and videos. Apple also added a new single window for Apple TV to allow users to search, buy and rent movies and TV shows.