Apple is rolling out iOS 14.4.2 and watchOS 7.3.3 updates to close an active security vulnerability


Apple released two new minor updates for iOS and watchOS devices, as the company recommends all users to download iOS 14.4.2 and watchOS 7.3.3 as soon as possible, and like iOS 14.4.1 and macOS 11.2.3 before them, they are working to fix a vulnerability.

On a support page monitored by MacRumors, Apple says that the vulnerability allowed malicious websites to implement cross-site scripting, and this exploit allows someone to obtain information from other webpages that you have opened on your device.

Apple notes that it has at least one report of someone exploiting the vulnerability, and as always, you can start downloading an update manually on your iPhone by going to the Settings menu, clicking on “General,” then “Software Update.”

On the other hand, the iPhone 13 still has several months before its official announcement, however, the smartphone has already started to make headlines with many leaks and rumors, and perhaps the most recent one relates to the return of the TouchID fingerprint to the iPhone 13, where rumors indicate that the iPhone 13 It will have TouchID under the screen.


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