After only two days after the release of iOS 15.2.1 for all iPhones updated to iOS 15, Apple has released the second public beta of iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3. Both software updates can be downloaded from the web after installing the correct profile for iPhone and iPad, which can be found on Apple’s beta tester site.
The first public beta of iOS 15.3 was released in the second half of December, and did not seem to have any new features, focusing instead on bugfixes and system stability. Similarly, the second public beta of iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 does not contain new functions, limiting itself to general improvements of the operating system, the resolution of security problems and the implementation of fixes for some bugs.
At the moment, fans are waiting for some important missing features on iOS and iPadOS, announced almost a year ago but not yet implemented by Cupertino’s operating systems. On iOS, for example, American users are still waiting for the implementation of identity cards on Wallet, which has now been tested in several states, such as Arizona, Georgia, Connecticut, the ego
On the iPadOS front, however, the lack of Universal Control, the revolutionary feature shown at the last WWDC, still weighs, and should allow you to control more iMac, Macbook and iPad with the same combination of mouse and keyboard Apple promised that Universal Control will arrive in 2022 on iPad and Mac, but for the time being the feature has never been released in beta on either MacOS or iPadOS.
Since, after two public betas and three developers, iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 are about to arrive in stable version for all Apple users, it seems clear that to see these features on iPhone and iPad, we will have to wait as