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Apple Will Let You Remove Rapid Security Response Updates in iOS 16 | #ios | #apple | #iossecurity | #hacking | #aihp


Apple in iOS 16 added a new Rapid Security Response feature that’s meant to make it quicker and easier for the company to deploy security improvements to iPhone users without a full iOS update. By default, Rapid Security Responses are installed automatically, but Apple has implemented a way to remove them.

In an updated support document shared today, Apple says that you can remove a Rapid Security Response from your device by going to Settings > General > About, tapping the iOS version, and then tapping Remove Security Update.

Apple says you can then reinstall the Rapid Security Response at a later date, or wait for it to be installed permanently as part of a standard software update. It is not clear why a Rapid Security Response would need to be removed, but it’s nice that users will have the option.

There is also a toggle for turning off automatic installation of Rapid Security Responses, which then allows them to be downloaded manually.

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