What are the iOS updates and how does it work?
This time Apple may look to Android to improve its iOS updates. Up to now, there is a prominent place for Apple and Samsung in the mobile industry. Both their products’ features are better than each other one. Apple wanted to get some inspiration from the Samsung Android and release a new iOS update. Due to some failure of the iOS 14.5 beta version they seek inspiration from the Android. According to the beta version Apple may update its security in the OS. There will be new security patches if you install a new version of the OS.
Apple’s iOS traditional method of installing updates will no longer exist. They are going to have some changes with the installation of the update. Apple iOS is going to provide a new method that will be inspired by Android.
In the past, Apple’s update was done to the whole OS but now it has changed. The user can select which update they wanted to update. This can be done from the iOS settings. You can choose a list update that you wanted to update specifically.
Benefit partition installation of OS updates
This way you can consume time and data spread for installing the OS. Also, you can easily update what you needed more. Especially during a security update. As you know security updates are the most important update you have to do for the betterment of your phone’s security. Earlier the iOS had to uninstall any security updates before updating to the next OS version. Now everything has changed with the new iOS update. Now, this handling of security no longer exists with the new Apple iOS.
Similar methodology Android OS installations take place. When it comes to Android OEMs. IT provides monthly security updates no need to install the latest version of Android. It can simply update the security version individually. The similar way iOS 14.5 got inspiration from Android.
macOS delivers a similar manner on its updates
macOS already delivers its patches in the same way. On Macs running older versions of the operating system as example macOS Mojave. Apple has given standalone update packs. This standalone pack allows users to get security patches and bug fixes while keeping the previous before installing the latest macOS version available.
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