Apple recently released its iOS 16.1 software update, and now it is revealed that Apple has stopped signing iOS 16.0.3.
This is something Apple does on a regular basis, what this means is that if you update your iPhone to the iOS 16.1 software update, you will no longer be able to downgrade to iOS 16.0.3
The recently released iOS 16.1 software update brought a bunch of new features to the iPhone, including a new Live Activities feature that displays information live on the iPhone’s lock screen, things like a sports score, your Uber status, and more. If you own an iPhone 14 Pro or 14 Pro Max, this information will appear in Dynamic Island.
The iOS 16.1 software update also introduced the iCloud Share Photo Library, and this allows you to share the photos in this library with up to five other people. The update also included the ability to use Apple Fitness+ on your iPhone without the need for an Apple Watch.
There have also been changes to the Wallet app as well as the Home app and Apple has introduced a new clean energy charging feature for the iPhone designed to reduce your carbon footprint.
The update also fixed a bunch of bugs that were in iOS 16.0.3, it is recommended that you update your device to iOS 16.1 update.
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