10.1 Beta to 10.1 Public Release

lineto

macrumors member
Sep 12, 2013
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Fwiw I was on the most recent dev beta and got prompted to update to the public release.
 

alfon_sico

macrumors regular
Oct 3, 2015
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I guess that last public update collect in one OTA every betas updates or every system

Mine 5S OTA 10.1 iOS update was 1.69GB of file to download

Maybe is a way to reduce error with many acumulative update

It was the same with 10.0.1 public release
 

lineto

macrumors member
Sep 12, 2013
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Did you remove the profile? I am not getting prompted, because our last Dev build is the same as release.
Nope. Had the profile installed and still was prompted. Only removed the profile after updating to halt future betas for the time being.
 

alfon_sico

macrumors regular
Oct 3, 2015
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It's not the first time it happens. Sure it will happen again next time, a kind of refresh of full updates
 

d5aqoëp

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Feb 9, 2016
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No need for that.
If you're on 14B72c (on a 7/7+) or on 14B72 (on all other devices) you already have the final version.
This is wrong. Build numbers are same but IPSW filesizes are different.

You need to download the huge delta update. Else download the correct IPSW from somwhere you trust and update through iTunes by pressing Shift + clicking Update
 

alfon_sico

macrumors regular
Oct 3, 2015
127
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iPad Air 1 10.0.2 needs 124MB of downloaded iOS update up to 10.1

No beta program in it

Strange
 

Mlrollin91

macrumors G5
Nov 20, 2008
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Delta update. Seems fairly normal.
I honestly cannot remember. Is it usually for .0->.1 updates to be delta and not full installer? I didn't even get the Set Up Screen. Again, nothing surprises me anymore. 2016 has been the weirdest year for updates.
 

C DM

macrumors Sandy Bridge
Oct 17, 2011
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I honestly cannot remember. Is it usually for .0->.1 updates to be delta and not full installer? I didn't even get the Set Up Screen. Again, nothing surprises me anymore. 2016 has been the weirdest year for updates.
It's been different for different updates and even different devices over the last few iOS versions. Sometimes people get welcome screens, other times they don't, sometimes they get delta updates, sometimes they don't. It's certainly has been somewhat more out there with iOS 10 and iOS 9 in some sense, but it was also happening with iOS 8 to some degree as well as I recall from some threads.
 

thadoggfather

macrumors G4
Oct 1, 2007
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I'm on beta 2, saw an update available, check and it says I'm on latest version of iOS 10.1?

the build# is totally verified beta2, and I removed beta profile too,

oh well at least beta 2 is working out well. hearing some spotty things about b4/b5 which is supposedly same thing as 10.1 GM?

Confusing release indeed, apple is getting good at adding to confusion unnecessarily :D
 

hr10

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Jun 20, 2009
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I was on Beta 4
Removed profile and it said I am up to date
Had to force restar my iphone and got the 10.1 update notification in setting
 

bjet767

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Oct 2, 2010
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Battery drain after using location services in beta 14B72 is very high. Suspect the GPS service does not go fully into idle.

Downloading latest beta update now (I'm a developer).
 

chuckm1020

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Aug 27, 2009
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My iPhone 7 plus and iPad Pro were on the latest beta. My iPhone didn't prompt me to update. So that is normal. But my iPad Pro promoted me to update. Ran the update. So weird. Updated itself to the same build number that it already was. Both devices still have the profile installed also. I wonder why...
 

bjet767

macrumors 6502a
Oct 2, 2010
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Chuck

Both of my devices prompted me for updates and yes the build remained 14B72.

Hmmmm

On developer web site the build number dated today is 14B72 | 14B72c


 
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