Apple has released a critical update to patch security flaws discovered on its iOS and Mac devices. Upon releasing the update, Apple said the new software provides “important security updates recommended for all users”.
Security experts warn that not updating iPhones, iPads and Macs to the latest iOS and MacOS versions left devices vulnerable to security flaws that criminals can exploit to take complete control of the devices.
The update has been released to devices that are iPhone 6s and later, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 and later and iPad 5th gen and later.
Mac users running MacOS Monterey are also being encouraged by Apple and security experts to update to the latest version.
CTRL-S highly recommends everyone with an iPhone, iPad or Mac devices to update all devices to the latest version to ensure they are protected.
To update iOS:
Select Settings – General – Software Update
To update MacOS:
Select the Apple Menu (top right hand corner) – System Preferences – Update Now