California-based Cupertino giant Apple has recently rolled out iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15. However, according to several reports, this update does not come with all the expected features.
Although this is the most recent and third significant update of this generation. It comes with plenty of security fixes and updates. But, the features such as Universal Control still have not been found for iPad and Mac.
Moreover, the terse launch notes for the 977MB (iPhone 12 Pro Max) update reads,
“iOS 15.3 includes bug fixes and security updates for your iPhone and is recommended for all users.”
But in spite of that, we can’t ignore the update. Apple iOS/iPadOS 15.3 comes with a fix for a major Safari vulnerability that possibly has resulted in leaking the search history and Google ID data of users to the websites.
This bug existed even though Apple put its efforts with the latest versions of Safari to make sure iPhone, iPad, and Mac users were secured from hostile tracking between several websites.
Moreover, the users of the iPhone and iPad are going to look forward to that version 15.4 is going to come with a couple of the latest features ahead for the ride, which is expected to come at some point ahead of WWDC in June 2022.
In other words, the previously mentioned Universal Control feature. It was developed to let users switch between their Mac and iPad displays flawlessly with a single mouse or keyboard and was first announced as a highlight feature.
Furthermore, the Cupertino giant is additionally releasing updates for the Apple TV, Apple Watch, HomePod, and Mac users. There is tvOS 15.3 along with HomePod 15.3, which allows being seen multi-user voice support for Siri in a couple of more regions.
Apple macOS 12.2 has a similar Safari fix and enhancements for ProMotion scrolling on the latest MacBook Pro models. However, when it comes to watchOS 8.4, it is again geared towards bug fixes, with no latest features to make mention of.