iOS 15: Message Bug

The new iOS 15 is old now, and now Apple has put enough thought into it to make it the most secure mobile OS in the market. But, does the iOS 15 have no flaws?

We’ll it has. And today we will discuss one of the most noted bugs on iOS 15, called the Message Bug.

So, without further ado. Let’s know more about this bug.

The News

Apple recently launched the latest version of its iPhone software, namely iOS 15. Unfortunately, while iOS 15 introduced new features to the iPhone, the latest iOS version has been plagued with several problems that users have complained about in the newest version of the Apple operating system.

Certain issues involve issues with touch functionality, storage options, Apple Watch functionalities, and much more. Although Apple has said it will make a software update available to address the many issues users have reported in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 devices, there's no information about how soon the solution will become made available.

In light of the many problems that are popping up due to iOS 15 and the fact that Cupertino is its home, the company has released iOS 15.0.1 that includes fixes for specific problems. iOS 15.0.1 can be described as a minor-point upgrade that comes with important updates to fix bugs that users have reported. Let's look at the various issues that have surfaced within the last few days in the wake of iOS 15.

Storage warning- Inaccurate tabulation AND "iPhone storage almost full."

Two days after iOS 15 was launched to the public, users began complaining about bugs that were discovered in the most recent version of the iPhone operating system. One of their well-known concerns is an inaccurate warning regarding storage.

Many online users complained of the "iPhone Storage Almost Full" warning within the Settings. However, the iPhone being able to store data. Therefore, the warning message was still not to be ignored, and tapping it led users to the storage settings on the iPhone and showed plenty of storage.

And additionally, the users of Twitter started complaining right after upgrading to the latest iOS 15. Their iPhones showed more storage than is available. In other instances, there was an iOS glitch that led to the incorrect calculation of the amount of storage the user's content was taking up. For both of these issues, Apple Support advised users to reboot their devices in the event of a problem. However, there weren't any reports of this method working effectively.

IOS 15 Message Bug

According to reports from Twitter along with other sites, there appears to be a significant issue affecting users of the iOS 15 software. Users have reported that a glitch that is present in a case with the iOS 15 Messages App may cause saved pictures to automatically erase.

The study shows that if the image is saved from a message thread and then deleted, you might not be able to access the photo following the next time you do an iCloud backup. The problem is that saving the image to the private iCloud Photo Library does not make any difference. The Messages app for iOS 15 seems to be linked to the iCloud, so clearing the thread could result in the loss of the image.

The Messages and Information applications platforms were introduced by Apple when iOS 15 was released. Users can integrate their information into different Apple applications, like Apple News, photos, and music, to increase the number of connections. And this latest feature is being called “Share with You”.

To determine whether this bug is true to your system, follow the steps below.

  • From a message conversation, save any photo to the album.
  • Make sure that the image is available in the album.
  • Remove the Messages conversation from the location it was saved. After this, the image will remain within the album.
  • Create an iCloud backup, and the image will vanish.


And that was all about the Message Bug of iOS 15 and how you remedy it.

Users have to keep in mind that the method given in the article acts like a temporary solution and a permanent solution for this bug will only be available after the launch of the new iOS 15.0.2 or later.