Apple Releases First Rapid Security Response for iOS 16.4.1

Berikut Apple Releases First Rapid Security Response for iOS 16.4.1
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This Rapid Security Response security update is publicly available, which means it’s not just for beta testers or developers running the developer version of iOS.

This Rapid Security Response allows Apple to quickly roll out updates for important security fixes for iPhone users without the need to release a full iOS update.


Reported by Telset from 9To5Mac, this update from Apple was first discovered by Aaron Zollo and shared on his Twitter account, which indicates that the first Rapid Security Response for iOS 16 has been rolled out to all iPhone users.

However, until now Apple has not published any release notes on what specific security vulnerabilities this update fixes. The Cupertino-based tech giant only mentions that this update provides important security fixes and is recommended for all users.

This RSR update comes with a file size of around 85MB for iPhone users. Even though the update appears in the Settings app, some iPhone users see an error message when they try to install it.

From Apple’s official site, it says that the update will provide improvements to the Safari browser, Webkit framework stack, or other system libraries. In addition, it can also be used to mitigate security issues more quickly.

Not only for iPhone and iPad users, Apple is also rolling out a separate Rapid Security Response update for Mac users running the latest public version of macOS 13.3.1.

On the other hand, a report from GSMArena says the launch will be completed in the next 48 hours. After updating, the device will display an (a) in the about section, so the user will be using iOS 16.4.1 (a) or iPadOS 16.4.1 (a).

iPhone and iPad users to do this update only need to open Settings, then click General, select Software Update and click Automatic Updates, then make sure Security Response & System Files have been activated.


Meanwhile, Mac users can open System Settings, select the General column in the sidebar, then click Software Update on the right and click the show details i button next to Auto Update, then make sure Install Security Responses and System Files is enabled.

To perform this latest RSR update, users only need a few minutes to download and install, and require restarting the device. Going forward, RSR will only be available to users running the latest versions of iOS and iPadOS. [FY/HBS]