The fourth beta of Apple’s newest operating software was released to developers this week – and it looks like there’s good news for users with older iPhones.
According to a report by 9to5Mac, Apple is working on a way to deliver iPhone security updates without requiring you to spruce up your phone’s software.
The new options, which are hidden in iOS 14.5’s internal codes, would allow users to patch security flaws without updating to the latest version of iOS.
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