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iOS 17.0.3 is now available to all iOS 17-compatible devices. Aside from security and overheating issue solutions meant for the general public, Apple notes that it also includes some bug fixes for enterprise customers.

The company shares the details in an updated document, where three points are highlighted. As per the iPhone maker, the update should resolve the Apple Business Essentials setup issue alongside the bugs related to the managed Wi-Fi network and Calendar app.

Here are more details about them:

  • Resolves an issue where Apple Business Essentials users were unable to complete setup after updating to iOS 17.
  • iOS 17 devices no longer become unresponsive when joining a managed Wi-Fi network.
  • The Calendar app will no longer resend invitations to all participants after accepting or declining an Exchange event invitation. 

As mentioned in earlier reports, iOS 17.0.3 is now available to iPhone XS and newer devices, which are all compatible with iOS 17. Users can go to Settings > General > Software Update. The screen shows the currently installed version of iOS and whether an update is available, which, today, should be iOS 17.0.3.

The update is dedicated to the overheating issues in iPhone 15 Pro models. However, Apple documents details that it also has fixes for two actively exploited vulnerabilities. The first of the two CVEs, CVE-2023-42824, could lead to local attacker privilege elevation. CVE-2023-5217, on the other hand, could cause a buffer overflow that could result in arbitrary code execution.

For more details about these CVEs, click here.


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