Just last Thursday, Apple publicly released iOS 16.0.2 with a patchwork of bug fixes for the company’s latest mobile operating system – iOS 16. Just some of the remedies included with the update were a solution for the freaky camera vibration when using third-party apps and a resolution for the excessive clipboard permission prompts users would get upon pasting text copied from one app to another, among other things.
Apple has officially closed the signing window for iOS & iPadOS 15.6.1 on Monday after just last week dropping a multi-pronged software update comprised of both iOS & iPadOS 15.7 and the debut iOS 16.0 for the iPhone & iPod touch (iPadOS 16.0 is currently delayed for a while longer).
After releasing iOS & iPadOS 15.6.1 last week with bug fixes and security improvements for the iPhone and iPad, Apple is at it again this week with the company’s standard process of unsigning older firmware after pulling the plug on the previous iOS & iPadOS 15.6 release.
Apple's confirmed the most recent firmware update for its $1,699 external monitor fixes intermittent Studio Display speaker issues some owners complained about.
One thing jailbreakers and jailbreak hopefuls must pay close attention to is their handset’s firmware. Apple intently unsigns older versions of iOS and iPadOS to prevent users from downgrading to them from newer versions — an effort that makes jailbreaking more difficult as Apple pushes software updates frequently to patch the bugs and exploits used by jailbreak tools.
Apple just last week released iOS & iPadOS 15.6 to the masses following an extensive beta testing period involving both developers and public beta participants. Fast-forward to today, and Apple doesn’t want anyone turning back.
Learn how to update your AirTag to the most recent firmware in order to get the latest features and fixes, plus how to check its firmware version and see what's new.
The second beta of Apple's upcoming Studio Display firmware appears to boost webcam quality but visual improvements aren't as pronounced as in beta 1.
Apple has released a beta version of the firmware update 15.5 which includes a fix for the widely panned quality problems with the Studio Display web camera.
Apple released iOS & iPadOS 15.4.1 last week with a fix for the battery drain issue that had been widely reported by a myriad of users on iOS & iPadOS 15.4 and to address some security holes that needed patching.
Following a rigorous beta period, Apple unleashed its iOS & iPadOS 15.4 software updates for iPhone and iPad last Monday with huge upgrades, such as being able to unlock an iPhone with Face ID while wearing a mask and support for Universal Control, among other things. As we come up on a full week after the release, it’s unsurprising to see that Apple has now stopped signing the previous release: iOS & iPadOS 15.3.1.
An important courtesy reminder for the jailbreak community: Sunday, March 13th at 00:00 P.M. UTC (7:00 P.M. EST) is the hard deadline for using the DelayOTA method to upgrade to the unsigned iOS or iPadOS 15.1 or 15.1.1 firmware.