Apple suddenly released iPhone update whose users don't want to upgrade to iOS 15

Apple yesterday released a major update to the iPhone and iPad operating systems, iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1, which brought many changes, improvements, and new features, including support for sharing and listening to SharePlay, new modes for iPhone 13, and so on. 

And if iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 were long-planned and anticipated releases, today Apple has managed to surprise the public. It has released an update for the previous version of its mobile platforms - iOS 14.8.1 and iPadOS 14.8.1. These updates do not bring new features, but they increase the security of devices for those users who, for whatever reason, do not want to upgrade to the latest iOS 15. 

Apple says in the changelog for the release: 

This version contains important security updates. "

The updates fix bugs related to sound, ColorSync, Continuity camera, CoreGraphics framework, GPU drivers, IOMobileFrameBuffer kernel extension, the kernel itself, Sidecar function, status bar, voice control, and WebKit engine.

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