Apple has just released the latest version of the operating systems for its devices to everyone, which has the number 15.3 now available for iPhone and iPad users, while watchOS 8.4 is being launched for the Apple Watch. Although this update is a major update, it does not contain new features, but it has many bug fixes and important improvements, and one of the most notable fixes here is to fix a Safari vulnerability that may have leaked browsing history and Google ID data to the websites you visited.

New in iOS 15.3 according to Apple ...

  • iOS 15.3 includes bug fixes and security updates on iPhone, and is recommended for all users.

Before updating, make sure to take a backup copy of the contents of your device, whether on iCloud or on the iTunes application

To update your device, take the following steps ...


Go to Settings -> General -> Software Update, it will show you that an update is available.


You can click on Learn more to view the update details


To download the update, you must connect to Wi-Fi and preferably connect your device to the charger, then press the “Download and Install” button.

The passcode entry screen will appear.

You may see the Terms and Conditions screen, accept them.



After the update is finished, the device will restart. After several steps, the update will be completed.

Although this update does not offer new features, it fixes a large number of vulnerabilities, up to ten, and some of them may actually harm your privacy, so we recommend upgrading to the update, and tell us in the comments about your experience with this update and were you facing a problem and it was resolved after the update?

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