Apple finally corrects one of the strangest errors in recent years

Apple finally corrects one of the strangest errors in recent years
Apple finally corrects one of the strangest errors in recent years

With a weight of about 500 megabytes, the latest iOS 17.5.1 update solves one of the problems that has been heard the most in recent days

May 20, 2024, 22:01

Updated May 21, 2024, 09:33

If you have an iPhone, you can now update to iOS 17.5.1, one of the last versions of iOS before the arrival of iOS 18, which will be presented on June 10 at WWDC 2024. The importance of this update is highsince it solves one of the controversies that have arisen in recent days after the general launch of iOS 17.5.

Apple admits that there were deleted photos that reappeared

The controversy began to arise days after the launch of iOS 17.5, when some users deleted photos from iPhone reappeared. The problem was that they even appeared on iPhones that were no longer theirs and had been given to other people, previously deleting the iPhone accordingly.

iOS 17.5.1 fixes photo respawning issue

Due to this problem, which Apple classifies as rare, it is very important to update to iOS 17.5.1 for your privacy and to protect you for the future if you plan to give your iPhone to someone else. It must be said that in the entire team of Applesfera editors this has not happened to any of us. But if Apple admits it in the update notes, This is a real and recognized error.

This update includes important bug fixes and resolves a rare issue that caused photos from a corrupt database to sometimes reappear in the photo library even though they had been deleted.

For the rest, in iOS 17.5.1 there are no more new features. ANDThe update cycle is practically closed. We will surely see beta 1 of iOS 17.6 this week, and in a matter of a couple of weeks, the great first beta of iOS 18.

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