The week’s biggest news includes iOS 15 bug updates, iPad mini jelly scrolling, and more

The week's biggest news includes iOS 15 bug updates, iPad mini jelly scrolling, and more

Tech Highlights:

  • Apple released iOS 15.0.1 to the public this week, which includes a remedy for a very annoying problem that affects the iPhone 13: Apple Watch Unlock. Many iPhone 13 owners were previously unable to utilise the “Apple Watch Unlock” feature at all, but that glitch has been fixed in this week’s update

  • More on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, as well as Apple Watch Series 7 release date speculations, iOS 15 bug patches, and more. Continue reading to find out about all of this week’s top news and more.

This update also addresses an issue where the Settings app may mistakenly show a storage notice and a Fitness+ glitch, according to Apple. More information may be found in our comprehensive coverage.

Following complaints from users and reviewers alike, Apple this week confirmed that the so-called “jelly scrolling” effect on the iPad mini 6’s display is normal behavior. For those unfamiliar, “jelly scrolling” is when half of the display is refreshing noticeably slower than the other, which results in a wobble effect when content is moving quickly.

iPad mini scrolling

Apple said in a statement this week the this is a “normal behavior for LCD screens.”

Kuo on iPad and MacBook future

Finally, reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo issued a pair of new reports this week focused on future MacBook and iPad updates. First off, Kuo reiterated that Apple’s next-generation MacBook Air with an M2 chip and new design is not expected to arrive until the third quarter of 2022.

Kuo also reported that Apple has dropped its plans for an OLED iPad Air, and will instead continue using LCD technology in the iPad Air lineup.

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