Are you the type of person who puts off installing software updates? Don’t do that with the latest update for your iPhone or iPad.
Apple released an update for iOS 14 on both devices that fixes security flaws the tech giant says “may have been actively exploited.”
The company says details of the flaws were reported by an anonymous researcher, according to a support page detailing the update.
“For our customers’ protection, Apple doesn’t disclose, discuss, or confirm security issues until an investigation has occurred and patches or releases are available,” said Apple.
The company said additional details will be available soon.
To update your iPhone or iPad to iOS 14.4, users can go to Settings, General then Software Update.
Among some of the other changes introduced with iOS 14.4: the ability for phones to recognize smaller QR codes, and fixes to the keyboard, typing and the Fitness widget.
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