Apple closes the iOS 16.0.2 verification channel

After the official version of iOS 16.0.3 was released last week, Apple closed the iOS 16.0.2 verification channel, which means that users can no longer downgrade the iPhone system to iOS 16.0.2, currently iOS 16.0. 3 and iOS 16.1 beta are versions of iOS 16 for which verification is still on.

Apple usually closes the old iOS version verification channel after the new system is launched to prevent users from downgrading to an outdated system version.

Released on September 22, iOS 16.0.2 primarily provides bug fixes and security updates that address a number of issues affecting the iPhone 14 Pro models, including rear camera shake when shooting with some third-party apps, and during device setup, A black screen appearing on the middle display. iOS 16.0.2 also fixes an issue that caused some users to face excessive copy-and-paste permission prompts.

The official version of iOS 16.1 is expected to be released next week alongside iPad OS 16.1 and macOS Ventura.

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