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Apple releases iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 to the Public

Last week Apple released the iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 Release Candidate build to developers and beta testers. The update was released on the same day as Apple unleashed event. And after the event, the public release date was officially made available. As we all expected the iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 updates are now available to the public today.

Last week Apple also released a second release candidate for iPadOS 15.1 for the iPad mini 6. Yes it was only released for one iPad. As you know Apple releases these updates on critical issues, the second RC also serves the same purpose. If you are on iOS 15 public build then you might be waiting for the public update to get rid of the existing bugs. Even the iPhone 13 model has some bugs that will be fixed in this update.

iOS 15.1 Update

Along with iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1, Apple also released watchOS 8.1, macOS 12.0.1, and tvOS 15.1. Both iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 come with build number 19B74. For iPad Mini 6 it comes with version 19B75. These build numbers are same as the Release Candidate which also poses as stable for beta testers. The update size may vary as per models. Below you can check the full changelog.

iOS 15.1 Changelog

iOS 15.1 adds SharePlay, an entirely new way to have shared experiences with family and friends in FaceTime. This release also adds the ability to capture ProRes video using iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, as well as verifiable COVID-19 vaccination cards in Apple Wallet, and includes other features and bug fixes for your iPhone.

SharePlay

  • SharePlay is a new way to share synchronized experiences in FaceTime with content from the Apple TV app, Apple Music, Fitness+, and other supported App Store apps
  • Shared controls give everyone the ability to pause, play, rewind or fast forward
  • Smart volume automatically lowers the audio of a movie, TV show or song when your friends speak
  • Apple TV supports the option to watch the shared video on your big screen while you continue the FaceTime call on iPhone
  • Screen sharing lets everyone on a FaceTime call look at photos, browse the web, or help each other out

Camera

  • ProRes video capture using iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max
  • Setting to turn off automatic camera switching when taking macro photos and videos on iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max

Apple Wallet

  • COVID-19 vaccination card support allows you to add and present verifiable vaccination information from Apple Wallet

Translate

  • Mandarin Chinese (Taiwan) support in the Translate app and for system-wide translation

Home

  • New automation triggers based on the current reading of a HomeKit-enabled humidity, air quality, or light level sensor

Shortcuts

  • New pre-built actions let you overlay text on images or gifs, plus a new collection of games lets you pass the time with Siri

This release also fixes the following issues:

  • Photos app may incorrectly report storage is full when importing photos and videos
  • Weather app may not show current temperature for My Location, and may display colors of animated backgrounds incorrectly
  • Audio playing from an app may pause when locking the screen
  • Wallet may unexpectedly quit when using VoiceOver with multiple passes
  • Available Wi-Fi networks may not be detected
  • Battery algorithms updated on iPhone 12 models to better estimate battery capacity over time

iPadOS 15.1 Changelog

iPadOS 15.1 adds SharePlay, an entirely new way to have experiences with family and friends in FaceTime. This release also adds Live Text support to the Camera app, and includes other features, and bug fixes for your iPad.

SharePlay

  • SharePlay is a new way to share synchronized experiences in FaceTime with content from the Apple TV app, Apple Music, Fitness+, and other supported App Store apps
  • Shared controls give everyone the ability to pause, play, rewind or fast forward
  • Smart volume automatically lowers the audio of a movie, TV show or song when your friends speak
  • Apple TV supports the option to watch the shared video on your big screen while you continue the FaceTime call on iPad
  • Screen sharing lets everyone on a FaceTime call look at photos, browse the web, or help each other out

Live Text

  • Camera app Live Text support recognizes text, phone numbers, addresses, and more so you can take action on them (iPad with A12 Bionic and later)
  • Keyboard support lets you insert text directly from the Camera into any text field (iPad with A12 Bionic and later)

Translate

  • Mandarin Chinese (Taiwan) support in the Translate app and system-wide translation

Home

  • New automation triggers based on the current reading of a HomeKit-enabled humidity, air quality, or light level sensor

Shortcuts

  • New pre-built actions let you overlay text on images or gifs, plus a new collection of games lets you pass the time with Siri

This release also fixes the following issues:

  • Photos app may incorrectly report storage is full when importing photos and videos
  • Audio playing from an app may pause when locking the screen
  • Available Wi-Fi networks may not be detected

iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1

The update is now available to the public. And if you are on any iOS public release build, you will receive the update on your eligible device. To manually check for the update go to Settings > Software Update. And once it shows the new update click on Download and Install button to get the update.

In case you are on a beta build and want to switch to the stable iOS 15.1 or iPadOS 15.1, then you can do so by removing the beta profile from your iPhone or iPad. Removing the profile is easy and it will not push any beta update until you reinstall the beta profile. Let’s see the process.

How to Remove Beta Profile from iPhone and iPad

  1. Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Go to General and then Profile.
  3. Now it will show the Beta profile installed on your iPhone or iPad.
  4. Click on the available beta profile.
  5. Then click on the Remove Profile button.
  6. If it asks for the passcode, then enter your device passcode and click the Remove button.

And if your iPhone/iPad running a higher version (iOS 15 Beta), then you need to downgrade your Apple device. But it will remove all data from your iPhone. So, we don’t recommend downgrade unless you want to Jailbreak iPhone or iPad.

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You can also install the updates manually with iTunes or Finder. You can use IPSW files if you are planning to install the update using your computer.

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