Apple closed the week with the release of versions iOS 14.4.2 for iPhone and iPad, and watchOS 7.3.3 for Apple Watch, focused on addressing certain vulnerabilities. Likewise, the company released an update to the patch for iOS 12, version 12.5.2, for iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, 3rd generation iPad mini, 1st generation iPad Air, and 6th generation iPod touch users to obtain these security fixes.
Mainly, Apple focused on repairing the WebKit which could allow malicious website will perform arbitrary cross-site script activation. The company also said it was aware crackers could have exploited the breach and attributed the discovery to researchers Clement Lecigne and Billy Leonard of Google’s threat analysis group.
Apple updates iOS to fix vulnerabilities
The update was made a few days later iOS 14.5 fifth beta released, while waiting for the final release closer and closer. The recent update with more news since the launch of iOS 14, although among all stands out the possibility of unlocking the iPhone with Face ID and a mask.
With this update, rumors of a possible Apple event in April have set in, a keynote that could end with the official release of iOS 14.5 to all users. But for now, it’s available for developers or those who have the profile installed on your iPhone or iPad.
While waiting for the arrival of the iOS 14.5 update for everyone, Apple has taken the cover of a security update, which is important to install. It can be configured through setup, tap the option “General”, to select “Software update” and touch “Download and install”.