There was report of lots of bugs when Apple released the iPadOS 15 and iOS 15. Users reported numbers of bugs including one that prevents users from unlocking their phone using Apple Watch. Apple is solving these bugs with the new iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 build.

The iPadOS 15.1 and iOS 15.1 builds had been in the beta stage for a while now. But now, a user on Twitter known as @RobertCFO has gotten confirmation from an Apple Product Security Team member about the final build’s release date.

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According to a tweeted screenshot, the leaked email showed that the iOS 15.1 and iPad OS 15.1 will release on October 25. This means the new operating systems will be available for public and users can download.

iOS 15.1 update
iOS 15.1 update

Apple this software update policy of releasing new software one week after its events. And counting from Apple’s “Unleashed Event which was held in October 18 makes it exactly one week for this new release.

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There are lots of things that is expected to come onboard with the iOS 15.1. It is expected to bring SharePlay which lets you remotely watch and listen to streaming content with your friends via FaceTime.

A new report also suggested that the Apple iOS 15.1 is bringing the ProRes video support for the Apple iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The new Apple iOS 15.1 build will also bring COVID-19 vaccination document support in the Wallet app and bug fixes for the known issues in iOS 15.

So, if you own an iPad or an iPhone, you’ll be able to download and install the iPadOS 15.1 and iOS 15.1 come October 15.

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