Apple has issued an urgent warning to fix your iPhone TODAY because ‘people are being hacked right now.’
IPHONE users should upgrade their iOS software right away to prevent hackers from exploiting a major security weakness.
Apple has released iOS 15.0.2, which contains some critical bug patches.
According to Apple, one of the issues has already been exploited on the iPad and iPhone.
It could allow a cyber criminal to gain control of your device by exploiting the “IOMobileFrameBuffer.”
“A report indicates this weakness may have been aggressively exploited,” the tech behemoth stated.
It hasn’t said anything further about the security problem, though.
This is to prevent hackers from attempting to exploit it before everyone has had a chance to upgrade.
“Apple does not share, discuss, or confirm security problems until an investigation has happened and updates or releases are ready,” the company added.
Update to iPadOS 15.0.2 is also recommended for iPad users.
“iPhone 6s and later, iPad Pro (all models), iPad Air 2 and later, iPad 5th generation and later, iPad mini 4 and later, and iPod touch (7th generation)” are all eligible for the upgrade.
If your iPhone hasn’t automatically updated and you have a compatible device, there are a few simple steps you may take.
Check to see if your iPhone is backed up and connected to WiFi.
Then go to Settings, “General,” and “Software Update.”
If the update is ready for your phone, it will appear on the screen, and you can click “Install Now” and accept the Terms and Conditions.
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