However, not long after it’s released people started to see issues accessing certain websites via Safari.
In response to this, Apple posted the above shown KB. This KB advises Rapid Security Responses iOS 16.5.1 (b), iPadOS 16.5.1 (b), and macOS 13.4.1 (b) will be available soon to address this issue, and how to remove the RSR’s.
Regardless, its welcome to have the documentation available to all.
And, if so inclined, why not file feedback with Apple along the lines of what I filed below. So those of us outside Canada and the US are not left out in the cold for a couple of weeks next time (maybe):
FB11718598 (When a locales documentation isn’t available, redirect to en-US)
Managed Login Items are something which will I expect will be widely blogged about, but SystemPolicyAppBundles might not be as to trigger this new PPPC requires a narrow path to be trodden and even then, can be bypassed.
The below details the path required to trigger this new PPPC, and how to bypass.