iOS 17.5.1 – Apple fixes bugs related to recurring photos

A week ago Apple released the iPhone update to the operating system version iOS 17.5 rolled out. It included several changes and adjustments. For example, in the EU we can now download apps directly from websites. However, with iOS 17.5 there was also a bug on the iPhone that actually brought long-deleted photos back into the media library (as reported last week). This problem should now be solved with the update to iOS 17.5.1, which has been available since yesterday.

You can find the update to the latest bug fix version of iOS on your iPhone under Settings -> General -> Software update.
You can find the update to the latest bug fix version of iOS on your iPhone under Settings -> General -> Software update.

This is how you can find the update to iOS 17.5.1 on your iPhone

If you are in the Settings If you don't see a direct reference to the new version of the operating system on your Apple smartphone, then tap on the list item General and select its options software update out of. iOS 17.5.1 should then be displayed there with this description text: This update contains important bug fixes and resolves an issue that causes photos with corrupted data to reappear in the Photos library even though they have already been deleted. – To install the whole thing, tap the “Update now” button and enter your unlock code. Like iOS 17 itself, the update is compatible with the iPhone XS and XR and newer models.

iPadOS 17.5.1 is also available for the iPad

The iPadOS tablet operating system is based on iOS and largely includes the same innovations and changes. It's understandable if certain versions of iOS go hand in hand with the same version of iPadOS. That's how it is this time too. So if you have an Apple iPad, take a look there too Settings -> General -> software updatewhether iPadOS 17.5.1 is waiting to be installed. The bug fix is ​​compatible with the new iPad Pro, the iPad Pro 12,9 inch from the 2nd generation, the iPad Pro 10,5 inch, all generations of the iPad Pro 11 inch, the iPad Air from the 3rd generation, the iPad from the 6th generation and with the iPad mini from the 5th generation.

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