iPhones and Macs: All three Apple products—the iPhone, Mac, and iPad—are vulnerable to the flaws CVE-2022-32894 and CVE-2022-32893, which were found by an unknown researcher.
Apple is releasing a “essential” update for iPhone, Mac, and iPad. iOS 15.6.1, macOS Monterey 12.5.1, and iPadOS 15.6.1 fix two zero-day vulnerabilities discovered in the wild. If not fixed, hackers may obtain sensitive data. Apple, like other tech companies, doesn’t reveal the security vulnerability until all devices have the fix (operating system). The business is also updating Safari for user safety. It’s Safari 15.6.1.
The vulnerabilities ‘CVE-2022-32894’ and ‘CVE-2022-32893’ impact iPhone, Macs, and iPads, according to the official changelog. The CVE-2022-32894 vulnerability is a “out-of-bounds write” that affects the kernel, the heart of the OS. The WebKit vulnerability CVE-2022-32893 may lead to arbitrary code execution if not patched.
iPhones and Macs: Users do this
iPhones and Macs: For end users, all they need to know is that the vulnerabilities are high-impact and may be exploited by attackers. Update your iPhone, Mac, and iPad before then.
iPhone 6s and after, iPad Pro (all models), iPad Air 2 and later, iPad 5th generation and later, iPad mini 4 and later, and iPod touch have iOS 15.6.1 and iPadOS 15.6.1. (7th generation). Go to Settings > General > Software update > Download and Install to download software manually.
To download macOS Monterey 12.5.1, go to Apple > System Preferences > Software Update. Clicking the Apple menu displays the number of available updates next to System Preferences.
This month, Apple released iOS 16 beta 5 version. The battery symbol in the status bar now shows the battery %. After launching the iPhone X in 2018, Apple deleted this capability.
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