Apple has released the fourth beta of the upcoming iOS 15.2 to registered developers. This update comes packed with changes and tweaks aimed at user privacy and security. These features include some that Apple had teased during the iOS 15 reveal at WWDC21. App Privacy Report, Communication Safety, a tweaked Notification Summary, and more will be available to the public within a month or two. Here’s everything that is new.
We haven’t been able to find new features in this build yet. We will update the article if we discover any changes. Apple highlights some of the bugs that have been fixed in beta 4, though.
According to Apple’s release notes, you can now rename and delete tags in bulk — as opposed to doing that individually — in the Reminders app. However, we haven’t been able to replicate that.
Tweaks to the Items tab in Find My app
Beta 2 tweaked the Items tab in the Find My app. For some reason, though, this third beta changes it back to how it used to …