Apple is preparing to launch a new update of the iPhone operating system, and the good news is that CarPlay is part of the fun again.
iOS 15.2 has already reached the candidate launch stage, which means that the parent company has chosen a version to be released on production devices, and is now conducting state-of-the-art tests to make sure everything is working properly.
The developers have already received this candidate for launch, and now that we close the moment when Apple intends to allow for all devices, the company has decided to publish the full log of changes and let us know what's new in this update. .
Therefore, iOS 15.2 comes with a lot of changes, including some for CarPlay users.
First of all, Apple says that the debut of iOS 15.2 is witnessing the expansion of the Apple Maps review. Therefore, with this release, the enhanced city maps provided by the app, which include an amazing level of detail, such as cornering lanes, medians, bike lanes, and crosswalks, are being launched for more users.
And while this Apple Maps expansion is clearly good news, there's something else CarPlay users might be even more excited about.
This is a fix that specifically targets the Now Playing interface and has proven to be quite flawed in recent weeks. Users have found that in some cases the Now Playing card is not updated for certain applications, and now the Cupertino tech giant admits that the operating system itself was to blame.
After installing this update, the Now Playing information should therefore load correctly for all applications.
Last but not least, Apple says this iPhone update should also fix HomeKit scenes that include a garage door that may not be able to run from CarPlay if the device is locked.
Apple has not yet provided an ETA on when iOS 15.2 is scheduled to be released for all users, but there is a good chance that the update will be available next week.
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