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Apple has released iOS 14.8.1, which includes security updates for devices that aren’t running iOS 15.

One day after launching iOS 15.1, iPadOS 15.1, watchOS 8.1, tvOS 15.1, and macOS Monterey, Apple is releasing iOS 14.8.1 today.

This update arrives about a month after iOS 14.8 was released for individuals who didn’t want to upgrade to iOS 15.

By navigating to the Settings app, selecting General, and then Software Upgrade, you may update your iPhone. Apple is also releasing iPadOS 14.8.1 today for iPad owners.

Because iOS 14.8.1 was not beta tested, customers are getting a surprise release. “This update offers essential security upgrades and is recommended for all users,” according to Apple’s release notes.

Apple said earlier this year that consumers would be able to choose between switching to iOS 15 as soon as it becomes available or sticking on iOS 14 while still getting essential security upgrades.

iOS now offers a choice between two software update versions in the Settings app. You can update to the latest version of iOS 15 as soon as it’s released for the latest features and most complete set of security updates. Or continue on iOS 14 and still get important security updates until you’re ready to upgrade to the next major version.

Apple released its security patches notes alongside the release of iOS 14.8.1, indicating that the firm corrected problems in audio, ColorSync, Continuity Camera, CoreGraphics, GPU Drivers, IOMobileFrameBuffer, Kernel, Sidecar, Status Bar, Voice Control, and WebKit.

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