iOS 12.5.5 released for older devices

iOS 12.5.5 is now available for download

Apple regularly releases updates for older devices. Today is iOS 12.5.5 (build number 16H62), which probably fixes most of the vulnerabilities. Recently, Apple has faced a number of exploits, such as the Pegasus spyware. It is not yet clear if these updates are intended for this; Apple does not provide any information about it. Update info page Still at 12.5.4 Also at the time of writing Security Updates Page It has not been updated.

We’re not expecting any new functionality in iOS 12.5.5, but we’re expecting all kinds of security improvements so you can work safely on your older device. The previous update, iOS 12.5.4, was released earlier this year in June.

Apple will continue to release updates for at least five years after the device is released and this is also the case with these older devices. The following iPhones are suitable for iOS 12.5.5 update:

And also these devices:

If you have a slightly older device, such as the iPhone 5, you cannot update.

Download iOS 12.5.5
To download iOS 12.5.5, follow these steps:

  1. On your iPhone, go to Settings > General > Software Update. Wait for the update to appear.
  2. tap on Download and install.
  3. Wait until your device restarts and the installation is complete.

You can also perform the update through iTunes or Finder. To do this, connect your iPhone or iPad to your Mac or PC with a cable and open iTunes or Finder in macOS Catalina and later. Click on your connected device and select I’m looking for an update. The update will then be downloaded and installed on your device.

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