# **Apple confirms iOS update makes iPhone unable to access Facebook, Instagram, Zoom: Here’s how to remove it** **Users are advised to remove this update immediately to avoid Internet access problems.** Late last year, Apple announced a new feature called Rapid Security Response (RSR). RSR is a rapid security patch, with the purpose of allowing Apple to automatically push emergency security fixes to devices without the need for users to update the full iOS version, which is often large and time consuming. long waiting time. RSR allows Apple to respond more quickly to critical security vulnerabilities. Recently, Apple has released the RSR security patch for iOS 16.5.1 and iPadOS 16.5.1 named 16.5.1(a). However, not long after, this RSR patch created serious problems for iPhone and iPad users. According to a report on the MacRumors forum, after updating, when accessing Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Zoom and many popular websites, users received warnings about these websites not being supported on Safari browser. Reportedly, this RSR patch fixes a vulnerability related to WebKit, which is also the foundation of the Safari browser. Currently, Apple has officially confirmed this issue. On the official website, Apple writes: “Apple is aware of an issue where this Quick Security Response may prevent some websites from displaying properly. iOS 16.5.1(b) and iPadOS 16.5 Quick Security Response. .1(b) will be available soon to address this issue.” Currently, Apple has removed patch 16.5.1(a) and users will no longer be able to download it. As mentioned above, the company will soon release patch 16.5.1(b) instead. For users who have 16.5.1(a) installed, they can remove this patch by going to Settings > About > iOS Version, tapping “Remove Security Feedback”. Then press Delete to confirm. Not only iPhone and iPad, Apple’s latest update also affects Mac users. The RSR macOS 13.4.1 patch for macOS Ventura also has the same problem, and users are advised to remove it if it has been installed by mistake.