Apple will no longer let you roll back to iOS 15.1.1 from iOS 15.2

by Johnson Daniel

After officially releasing the iOS 15.2 earlier this month for all users, Apple has stopped its users from downgrading to older versions of iOS which includes iOS 15.1.1 and iOS 15.2.

What this means is those iPhone users who have downloaded iOS 15.2 on their iPhones will no longer be able to go back to using iOS 15.1.1 or iOS 15.1. Despite iOS 15.2 bringing lots of new features to iOS users with Apple Music’s voice plan and App Privacy Report being amongst them, if you experience significant issues, you will have to wait for the company to roll out iOS 15.3 to be able to fix those issues.

As far as the new updates are concerned, the new Music voice plan is not free to use as it is available at just $4.99 (Rs 49) a month. However, users will be limited to voice commands to access playlists, radio stations, and other content on Apple Music. This is in addition to the $9.99 Individual and $14.99 Family plans.

You can subscribe to Apple Music Voice Plan via Siri. All you need to say is, “Hey Siri, start my Apple Music Voice trial.” Alternatively, you can sign up via the Apple Music app. It is worth mentioning here that the trial will expire after seven days.


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