Apple iOS 17.1 public October 24

Apple iOS 17.1 public approach lock for October 24

Apple is ready to release the iOS 17.1 upgrade on the public platform later this month – October 24. That says a new report which outlines the strategy of the company regarding the approaching version. At the same time, some hints point out that the company will address the radiation issues of the iPhone 12 with the same update.

Up to this point, Apple has been serving the beta version of iOS 17.1 to both developers and the public, but it looks like the stable firmware will land on the ground by October 24. Consequently, the entire upgrade release plan is based on the France conflicts related to the iPhone 12 sales.

As per the previous detail, the French government restricted the respective device sale in the nation due to its harmful radiation problems that can harm users both physically and mentally. Read the full story HERE.

Eventually, the tech giant is bringing a solution to this problem with the iOS 17.1 version. Apple says that iPhone 12 is safe to use and always has been. After the iOS 17.1 update, iPhone 12 users in France will no longer get an increase in the transmit power when the off-body state is detected. Though it may cause cellular performance issues in low-signal areas.

The overall information hints that Apple will release iOS 17.1 by October 24. Thus, we will soon get a stable build in our iPhones.

“Apple has committed to deploy an update in France. This fix will be available to all users no later than October 24.”

Apple iOS 17.1 public October 24


Apple iOS 17.1 public approach lock for October 24

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