Apple Releases iOS 15.2 for Download for iPhone and More

 

Apple has released iOS 15.2 for iPhone and iPadOS 15.2 for iPad, and more. Also available are watchOS 8.3 and tvOS 15.2, along with HomePod 15.2 and macOS Monterey 12.1.

https://www.iphoneincanada.ca/news/apple-releases-ios-15-2-f...

Good stuff thanks

Good stuff thanks

Thanks!

Updated iPhone X with no apparent problems.

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Thanks

Thanks. Downloading now for my iPhone 7S.

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Garmin Nuvi 2450

Great!

Always like the latest

Downloaded

Thanks

Thanks

Would have missed this, thanks

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Thanks

tvOS 15.2, iOS 15.2, watchOS 8.3 and iPadOS 15.2 all installed painlessly

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Thank you for the update.

Thank you for the update.

Thanks for the info

Thanks for the info

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Updated

Took about 20 minutes. No issues.

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Thanks for the heads up

Installed with no issues on iPhone 7

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Thanks

Installed on my iPhone 8+ without problems, and operating with no visible issues.

- Tom -

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All good

They just work

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Thanks for the Information

Thanks for the heads up.

minor problems updating to iPadOS 15.2

dbusguy wrote:

Apple has released iOS 15.2 for iPhone and iPadOS 15.2 for iPad, and more. Also available are watchOS 8.3 and tvOS 15.2, along with HomePod 15.2 and macOS Monterey 12.1.

I encountered some minor problems updating my 9.7" iPad Pro to iPadOs 15.2, but the solution was simple.

When the update started, it displayed a message that there was not enough free memory and some of my content was going to be offloaded into temporary storage while the OS was updated. I then started getting a display that the update was downloading, which ran overnight and still had not stopped when I called Apple 14 hours later.

Apple had me turn off the power and then start deleting items after I turned the power on again. Fortunately I had no problem deleting multiple gigabytes of memory without any consequences, as I had quite a few videos from The Great Courses that I could download again later without a problem.

Once I had freed up a bunch of memory, the OS update was as smooth as normal. The problem appears to have been that Apple's approach to temporarily offloading some of my content did not work as intended.

- Tom -

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Interesting

-et- wrote:

I encountered some minor problems updating my 9.7" iPad Pro to iPadOs 15.2, but the solution was simple.

When the update started, it displayed a message that there was not enough free memory and some of my content was going to be offloaded into temporary storage while the OS was updated. I then started getting a display that the update was downloading, which ran overnight and still had not stopped when I called Apple 14 hours later.

Apple had me turn off the power and then start deleting items after I turned the power on again. Fortunately I had no problem deleting multiple gigabytes of memory without any consequences, as I had quite a few videos from The Great Courses that I could download again later without a problem.

Once I had freed up a bunch of memory, the OS update was as smooth as normal. The problem appears to have been that Apple's approach to temporarily offloading some of my content did not work as intended.

- Tom -

Interesting, Tom. It's intimidating to think about turning off a device stuck in the middle of an update... as if you might brick it. I'm glad it was fairly easy to resolve once you got direction from Apple.

Do you know how close you were to maxing out storage on the iPod before the update began?

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Hapened to me on earlier iOS

-et- wrote:

I encountered some minor problems updating my 9.7" iPad Pro to iPadOs 15.2, but the solution was simple.

When the update started, it displayed a message that there was not enough free memory and some of my content was going to be offloaded into temporary storage while the OS was updated. I then started getting a display that the update was downloading, which ran overnight and still had not stopped when I called Apple 14 hours later.

Apple had me turn off the power and then start deleting items after I turned the power on again.

I had the same problem with an earlier release (iOS 15 or 15.1) on my older 32GB iPad. Before the update, I had less than 0.5GB free (plus the space required for actual update).

After the power cycle, I had to delete a few large apps and re-install them manually afterwards. iOS is supposed to delete/re-install apps automatically when there's not enough space to update. The calculation of how much is needed must be off when really short on space...

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Thanks for the info will

Thanks for the info will update now

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Required Free Memory

Lost Anyway wrote:
-et- wrote:

Once I had freed up a bunch of memory, the OS update was as smooth as normal. The problem appears to have been that Apple's approach to temporarily offloading some of my content did not work as intended.

- Tom -

Interesting, Tom. It's intimidating to think about turning off a device stuck in the middle of an update... as if you might brick it. I'm glad it was fairly easy to resolve once you got direction from Apple.

Do you know how close you were to maxing out storage on the iPod before the update began?

I do not remember clearly, but I THINK that my 32GB iPad was showing almost 1GB of free memory. I do recall being a bit surprised that it was telling me that there was not not enough free memory for the update without temporarily offloading some of the contents to free up space.

- Tom -

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Still Waiting for iOS ??

Waiting for version of iOS that allows one to add drivers licenses the Wallet app.