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Rapid updates have caused problems for iPhone users

Rapid updates have caused problems for iPhone users

Apple’s new update method Rapid Security Response (RSR) or “quick security measure” Important security improvements must be enabled for iOS and iPadOS And macOS between major software updates. They are provided only for the latest versions of the Apple operating system, starting with iOS 16.4.1, iPadOS 16.4.1 And macOS 13.3.1. The express updates first rolled out on Tuesday night. However, not everything went according to plan.

iOS users in particular have complained about the problems. Failed verifications have been reported on Twitter. The error message “iOS Security Response 16.4.1 (a) Verification failed because you are no longer connected to the Internet” often appeared.

Problems must be resolved now. According to the plan, the updates should take place indoors 48 hours It will run step by step and reach 1 billion iPhones, iPads and Macs in the future. Compared to traditional updates, RSRs are much smaller. The current iOS update is just that 85 MB Big, the ones for macOS up to 310 MB. RSR records also differ from regular updates by adding a letter after the version number, such as iOS 16.4.1 (a).

Unlike regular updates, when the RSRs were first introduced, Apple also didn’t provide any information about the issues the update would fix. If users turn off express updates, they will be included in the next regular software update.

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