Apple fixes a security flaw in iPhone phones

Yesterday, Apple released a new update to address a potential security vulnerability that threatens its devices with hacking and spying.
The company unexpectedly released the “iOS 14.7.1” update, just a week after it released the “iOS 14.7” update, after discovering that the vulnerability allows the hacker to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges, which allows him to hack Basically hardware.
According to “Sputnik”, “Apple” urges all its users to download the new update, in a support document, noting that it is available for “iPhone 6s” and later versions, all models of “iPad Pro”, “iPad Air 2” and later versions, and iPad 5th generation and later, iPad mini 4 and later, and iPod touch 7th generation.
And about the impact of the vulnerability, the American company stated that it is able to execute arbitrary code with “kernel” privileges, and that “Apple” is aware of actively exploiting this problem.
The iOS 14.7.1 update also fixes a bug that breaks Apple’s lock with iPhone integration, which prevents phones with Touch ID from unlocking the Apple Watch.
The iOS 14.7.1 update is available with a download capacity of 900MB.
It is noteworthy that the American company, “Apple”, announced the launch of a new device that can preserve the life of the batteries of its “iPhone” phones.
And Apple will offer its MagSave device for $99, and it looks like a traditional phone case.

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