Only days before the Apple Wonderlust event, Apple has surprisingly released iOS 16.6.1, bringing important security updates, both of which are already being used in real-life attacks.
On Monday, Apple released iOS 16.5.1 (a), the companies second Rapid Security Response update - and very promptly pulled it.
Apple has released iOS 16.5, which will more than likely be the last minor update before the release of iOS 17, which will be unveiled at WWDC on Monday, June 5.
Apple has released iOS 16.4.1 (a), a Rapid Security Response update. The company said the update is recommended for all users and it applies important security fixes to iPhones.
Apple has released iOS 16.4 bringing improvements, other enhancements, bug fixes and security updates and 21 new emoji.
Apple has released iOS 16.3.1 bringing multiple bug fixes, addressing issues with iCloud and Siri requests for Find My, plus it adds more Crash Detection optimizations.
Apple has released iOS 16.2 bringing Freeform, Apple Music Sing, fixes for 35 security vulnerabilities, and more.
Apple has released iOS 16.0.3 with a fix for an issue where incoming call and app notifications might be delayed on an iPhone 14 pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Apple has released iOS 16.0.2 with a fix for copy and paste permissions, iPhone 14 Pro camera shake, and more.
Apple released iOS 16 earlier today and among the wealth of features, iOS 16 brings support of Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI)
Apple has now seeded the first public beta of iOS 16 bringing a wealth of new features and updates. iOS 16 brings what Apple calls “the biggest update ever” to the Lock Screen and new sharing, communication, and intelligence features and more.
Apple today previewed a ground-breaking security capability that offers specialized additional protection to users who may be at risk of highly targeted cyberattacks from private companies developing state-sponsored mercenary spyware.
Apple unveiled iOS 16 today, bringing a wealth of new features including the ability to edit messages you already sent in the Messages app, the ability to customize the way your lock screen looks, new automations for sharing pictures in Photo Libraries with friends and a whole lot more.
Apple today previewed iOS 16, delivering the biggest update ever to the Lock Screen, and new sharing, communication, and intelligence features that together change the way users experience iPhone.