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Apple uses Rapid Security Response Updates to deploy critical fixes to security issues, and these updates are pushed to your iPhone or iPad automatically by default. While this is generally a good thing, since these little micro-updates are installed to protect your device from critical security issues, and installing them does not even require the device to restart, very rarely you may experience an issue after a rapid security response update has been installed on your device.
If you experience difficulties with your iPhone or iPad after a rapid security…
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