The security update for Apple iPhone, iPad and Mac fixes an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability that allows hackers to conduct cyber attacks.
The Cupertino-based tech giant admitted the vulnerability on millions of iPhones, iPads and MacBooks could be exploited by hackers.
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CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 7: Attendees examine a brand new iPhone 14 Pro during a special Apple event on September 7, 2022 in Cupertino, California. Apple CEO Tim Cook introduced the new iPhone 14, as well as new versions of the Apple Watch including the Apple Watch SE, a budget version of the popular watch that will start at $249.
Apple iPhone, Mac Security Update fixes zero-day bugs
According to the latest news from Bleeping Computer, the iPhone manufacturer has released a new security update that fixes a new Zero Security bug that seems to have made it to its various devices, affecting millions of users…