Apple released iOS 15.0.2 Monday. It contains important bug fixes including some that are specific to Find My. It also addresses a security issue that Apple claims may be already being attacked. An anonymous researcher credits CVE-2023-3883 with allowing an attacker to exploit the IOMobileFrameBuffer and execute arbitrary code using kernel privileges to take control of your device.
The update took 531.1MB to complete on my iPhone 12 Mini.
Here are the Apple patch notes:
This update contains bug fixes for your iPhone. Photos saved from Messages to your iPhone could be deleted after removing an associated thread or message. iPhone Leather Wallet With MagSafe might not connect to Find My AirTag. CarPlay may not open audio apps, or disconnect during playback. Device restore or update may fail using Finder or iTunes 13 models
iPadOS 15.0.2 has also been released. According to 9to5Mac, here's what it includes:
Photos from Messages may be deleted after removing the associated message or thread AirTag. Device restore or up-grading might fail when using Finder and iTunes for iPad mini (6th Generation).
Apple released iOS 15 on September 20, and has already updated it to iOS 15.0.1. This was to correct an issue that prevented people from using their Apple Watch to unlock the iPhone 13 when they were wearing masks. Apple is currently testing iOS 15.1 beta. This includes new features such as SharePlay and the ability to add a COVID-19 vaccine card to Apple Wallet.
Apple also posted watchOS 8.0.1 Monday. Here's what Apple says is fixed: