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Apple stops signing iOS 15.4.1 after iOS 15.5 release, no longer downgradable

Apple stops signing iOS 15.4.1 after iOS 15.5 release, no longer downgradable

After the launch of iOS 15.5 on May 16, Apple stopped signing iOS 15.4.1, the previously available version of iOS that came out in late March. Since iOS 15.4.1 is no longer signed, it is not possible to downgrade to this iOS version after installing iOS 15.5. Apple routinely stops signing older versions of software …

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Your iPhone can be hacked with malware even when it's turned off, new research shows

Your iPhone can be hacked with malware even when it’s turned off, new research shows

According to a new report, it’s possible to download malware to an iPhone even when it’s turned off. The study by researchers at the Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany found that a chip that enables Bluetooth can be exploited and hacked to install malware on the device without the user’s consent – even when …

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Apple introduces new professional training courses and certifications

Apple introduces new professional training courses and certifications

Apple today announced new training courses and certifications to help IT professionals support and manage Apple devices in the workplace. Starting today, updated Apple IT support and management professional training and certifications are available in a newly designed, online, self-paced format. Users can now prove their skills with two new courses and exams to earn …

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Apple is working to improve the iPhone’s water and pressure resistance

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and as an Amazon Associate and Affiliate may earn commissions on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not affect our editorial content. Newly uncovered research shows that Apple is studying exactly how iPhone sensors work while protecting against high water pressure or low air pressure. When Apple …

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The best Swift courses and resources to learn coding for iPad and iPhone

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and as an Amazon Associate and Affiliate may earn commissions on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not affect our editorial content. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to build apps for iOS and iPadOS, there’s no better time than now to start learning. Here are …

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