The issue with bugs has been developing since Apple divulged iOS 15. Every once in a while Apple has been fixing bugs of iOS 15 through different updates. Notwithstanding, again a bug has been found in iOS 15.2, which can totally crash or harm the iPhone and make it futile even in the wake of reestablishing the telephone. The organization is focused on settling this bug at the earliest opportunity. Security specialist Trevor Spiniolus found the bug, which could be utilized to taint telephones utilizing the HomeKit API. Assailants can exploit this bug to change the client's homekit name utilizing the objective iPhone's API. HomeKit is a product created by Apple, accessible on iOS and iPadOS. This product assists with controlling and use Apple gadgets, Apple's home gadgets without any problem. As per Trevor, the aggressor could change the name of the homekit to a name that utilizes 5,000,000 long words. Assuming that the client has empowered home apparatuses through HomeKit's Control Center, the client's iPhone may not crash and the client can not sign in to their old iCloud account while rebooting or reestablishing the telephone, he said. Trevor revealed the bug to Apple in August 2021, yet scrutinized the organization for not reacting right away. He says this could put great many iPhone clients in danger.