Subject: Re: ot. iPhone updates
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Subject: Re: ot. iPhone updates
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2017 09:56:37 +0000
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On 06/12/2017 21:26, peter wrote:
> Prior to getting my new iPhone I would be notified that there is an update
> available. I have had issues with my plus that have been solved by updating
> the iOS system. Both times I had not received a notice that an update was
> available that would fix the bug. Has anybody else had that issue, or is
> there a setting that I have missed. If it is a setting, which one?
> —
> PeterN

Maybe you now need to subscribe to the Apple security notices?