Apple Issues Revised Security Update For iOS 16.5.1 To Fix Broken Web Browsing

Apple has released a new critical software update for the iPhone that has fixed an issue that caused some people to be unable to browse some websites.

The problem came when a critical security update was rolled out on Monday that was designed to deal with a security issue but it inadvertently also caused some websites not to work.

Apple confirmed that there was an issue and said that an updated software release would arrive in order to fix the problem.

Apple is aware of an issue where this Rapid Security Response might prevent some websites from displaying properly. Rapid Security Response iOS 16.5.1 (b) and iPadOS 16.5.1 (b) will be available soon to address this issue.

That update has now been released while Apple has shared details on how users can remove the security response update to get things working again. It also shared the same information for macOS Ventura users on the Mac who are suffering from a similar issue.

However, removing a security fix doesn’t seem like the best of ideas, so we’d instead suggest that people update to the real fix on their iPhones now and then on the Mac when it becomes available. Hopefully it won’t be too long before that’s made available to everyone who needs it.

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