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Apple Rolls Out iOS 14.4.2 and iOS 12.5.2 To Fix Critical Security Vulnerability

iOS 14.4.2 and iOS 12.5.2

Apple few days ago rolled out the iOS 14.4.2 update for iPhone and iPad devices. The update was released to a security issue in WebKit ,which the company says may have been actively exploited. It also rolled out watchOS 7.3.3 for Apple Watch as well as a patch update to iOS 12, version 12.5.2, so that iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, third-generation iPad mini, first-generation iPad Air and the sixth-generation iPod touch users can also benefit from the security fixes.

According to the company, a bug in WebKit could allow malicious web site to perform activate arbitrary cross-site scripting. The company said it is aware of a report that this bug was being exploited in the wild.

This bug-fix update comes amidst ongoing developer beta seeds of the next major release, iOS 14.5, which we expect to be released to the public in April.

iOS 14.5 includes a handful of feature enhancements, most notably the ability to unlock your iPhone using your Apple Watch whilst wearing a face mask, circumventing a common grievance with Face ID. It will also introduce App Tracking Transparency, a new permissions dialogs that apps must show before they share user identifying information with third-parties.

The update weighs about 177.3MB you can update by simply going to Settings -> General -> Software Update on your devices.


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