Users May Want To Hold Off On Installing iOS 15 

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iPhone users waiting to install the new iOS 15 update may have to wait an extra week or two after several bugs were discovered in the beta version of iOS 15.

Although some bugs identified have already been fixed by Apple’s development team, concerns persist that others could slip through to the launch version, as was the case with the introduction of iOS 14 last year.

Users are therefore advised to wait one to two weeks before installing the update, as experts believe that most of the early bugs need to be fixed across both the operating system and individual apps.

Users were also warned not to hesitate beyond this specific timeframe to install the new operating system, as a further delay could expose their devices to security vulnerabilities.

For more information, read the original story in CNET. 

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