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To ensure the safety of those using somewhat ‘outdated’ iPhone, iPadOS, and macOS devices, Apple has officially released iOS 12.5.7, macOS 11.7.3.
This update is only rolling out exclusively for older generation iPhone devices using operating systems from iOS 12 and macOS BigSur 11.7 and below. Of course, the update doesn’t bring any new features, but it’s a serious bug and security patch that’s currently being made available for iOS 16.3 and macOS Ventura. New updated versions include:
- iOS 12.5.7
- iOS 15.7.3
- iPadOS 15.7.3″
- macOS Big Sur 11.7.3
- macOS Monterey 12.6.3″
The oldest device running on iOS 12.5.7 is recorded as the iPhone 5s. This is an iPhone model that Apple launched in September 2013. With the supported macOS Big Sur operating system including MacBook Air, Mac Pro and MacBook Pro 2013. It’s hard to believe that such ‘old’ devices are still being cared for very carefully by Apple, this is a real result. It’s really a rare thing that any mobile manufacturer in the world can do.
If you are using one of the devices on the list above, quickly update to the latest version to avoid possible serious security flaws. Apple also recommends that users update as soon as possible.
Update method is the same as always via Wi-Fi connection, data network, by accessing Settings > General > Software Updates and update. Please make sure the device battery life is more than 50% and use a stable network connection to make the upgrade process go smoothly.
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