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Apple has officially released iOS 10.2.1 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 10.2.1 is likely a bug fix and performance improvement release. The initial beta was released on December 14 with a second beta issued before the holiday break. We’ll test the official version and highlight any changes discovered below.
iOS 10.2.1 is latest software update after the previous iOS 10.2 update. Released on December 12, iOS 10.2 brought Unicode 9.0 emoji characters, three new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus wallpapers, a new TV app, additional camera features, new Messages screen effects, and more.
Major changes aren’t expected in iOS 10.2.1, although a new iOS 10.3 beta is rumored and may include a new Theater Mode toggle accessible in part via Control Center ahead of iOS 11 later this year.
Developers on the iOS 10.2.1 beta will not see an update as the beta build and released build numbers are the same (14D27). As we await those major releases, we’ll test the latest iOS 10.2.1 software update and note any changes here.
Just days after Apple seeded a third beta version of iOS 10.2.1 to developers, the company on Thursday issued a fourth iteration of the forthcoming operating system for testing.
The latest iOS 10.2.1 beta release, identified as 14D27, arrives just three days after Apple seeded build 14D23 to developers and mere hours after the fourth beta of macOS hit distribution servers.
While specific changes are left unmentioned in today's release notes, the timing and build number suggests only minor bug fixes and improvements are included in the new software.
Apple appears to have returned to its usual beta software release schedule following a holiday break, issuing a third iOS 10.2.1 beta alongside new beta builds for macOS, tvOS, and watchOS on Monday. The company seeded initial beta builds in in mid-December which were followed by second versions on Dec. 20.
Developers who have not already provisioned their iPhone or iPad to receive over-the-air updates can download iOS 10.2.1 through Apple's developer portal. Apple ID owners who enrolled their device to test Apple betas can download today's seed via Apple's Beta Software Program website.
How to downgrade back to iOS 9 using a clean restore: Step 1: Back up your iOS device. Step 2: Download the latest (currently iOS 9.3.5) public iOS 9 IPSW file to your computer. Step 3: Connect your iOS device to your computer via USB. Step 4: Launch iTunes and open the Summary page for your iOS device. Step 5: Hold the Option ( ⌥ ) key and click the Restore iPhone button. (Windows users will need to hold Shift instead of Option). Step 6: Select the iOS 9 IPSW file downloaded in step 2 and click Open. Your iOS device will now be downgraded back to iOS 10. It will take a while for the process to complete, so be patient.
How to downgrade back to iOS 9 using the update method: Step 1: Back up your iOS device. Step 2: Download the latest (currently iOS 9.3.5) public iOS 9 IPSW file to your computer. Step 3: Connect your iOS device to your computer via USB. Step 4: Launch iTunes and open the Summary page for your iOS device. Step 5: Hold the Option ( ⌥ ) key and click the Check for Update button. (Windows users will need to hold Shift instead of Option). Step 6: Select the iOS 9 IPSW file downloaded in step 2 and click Open. Your iOS device will now be downgraded back to iOS 9. This method makes it so that your device updates while keeping most app data, Home screen layout settings, etc. It will take a while for the process to complete, so be patient. In the video walkthrough below, I’ve sped up the file extraction and installation process to save time. Step 7: When prompted, Slide to upgrade and the enter your passcode to complete the process.
If you used a configuration profile to install the iOS 10 beta, it will remain on your iOS device, which will allow you to easily upgrade back to the iOS 10 beta at a later time. If you don’t plan on using the iOS 10 beta again, the configuration profile, found in Settings → General → Profiles, can be deleted.
Unfortunately, Apple iOS 10.0.1 version has a fatal Bluetooth commincation bug. The bug is related to changes with Apple’s Bluetooth “peripheral mode” in iOS 10, which it previously relied on for the PIN feature. We’d like to ask all of iOS - iBlue Immobilizer users do not update their phone OS to iOS 10.0.1 or please put the immobilizer into service mode as long as Apple will release the next, bugfixed version.