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iPhone users can no longer downgrade to iOS 16.6.1, iOS 17, and iOS 17.0.1 as Apple has stopped signing them. This is not surprising, nonetheless, as Apple did the same to earlier versions of iOS after releasing newer ones.

On a positive note, iOS 17.0.2 is not included in the group. To recall, the company initially released this version for iPhone 15 users encountering data transferring issues between their old iPhones and new units. Later, Apple introduced an updated version of iOS 17.0.2 that applies to all iOS 17-compatible iPhones.

The latest version Apple has for users is the iOS 17.0.3 update, which addresses the overheating issue in iPhone 15 models. According to the giant, the update has a fix for some iOS 17 bugs causing the problem.

Aside from that, iOS 17.0.3 includes fixes for two actively exploited vulnerabilities. An updated Apple document also reveals that the update addresses some bugs affecting enterprise users. For more information about them, click here.


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