Updates for smartphones are not uncommon. But now Apple has released a surprising update to its mobile operating systems. This closes the dangerous safety hole.
Apple released security updates for iPhones and iPods on Friday evening. The company recommends that you install it immediately. The update was also released for older devices, which are not really supported.
According to Apple, a hole in the webkit allows web content to be used for global cross-site scripts. This is a popular and dangerous attack method that primarily attempts to access user data – such as login information. According to Apple, there are reports that the vulnerability may have already been seriously exploited. The vulnerability was diagnosed by Google experts.
Updates for iOS 14 and iOS 12
Older devices are also provided with upgrades. Users of iPhone 6s who do not usually receive any updates can upgrade to iOS version iOS 12.5.2. Apple names the devices available for the update IPhone 6S And new, IPod Pro (All types), IPod Air 2 And newer, iPod 5th generation and newer, iPod mini 4 and newer and iPod touch (7th generation).
How to update your iPhone
Usually the system automatically checks for updates and notifies users. You can also start updates manually. You can do this in settings. How to install updates on iPhones We also show up at our photo shoot.
To manually install updates, do the following:
- Open your Settings app IPhone.
- Select “General” and then “Software Update”.
- If there are any updates, they will be displayed here. You can also check here whether automatic updates are enabled.
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