On March 8, Apple released a series of security updates and patches for WebKit for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch users.
iOS 14.4.1, iPadOS 14.4.1, macOS Big Sur 11.2.3, and watchOS 7.3.2 are all minor updates for Apple users.
However, “defective apple” asserts that these are important versions. They have one thing in common: fixing memory interruptions in WebKit, the HTML / CSS web browser rendering engine for Safari / Chrome.
|Apple released iOS 14.4.1 with a patch for the WebKit vulnerability|
Security experts from Google and Microsoft discovered this vulnerability and reported it to Apple. The bad guys can remotely execute the code through malicious web content.
To update, on your iPhone / iPad, open the Settings app, select General> Software Update. On macOS, open the System Preferences menu and click Software Update. The watchOS 7.3.2 update for free download via the Apple Watch app on iPhone by going to General> Software Update. Note, Apple Watch must have at least 50% battery, be charged, and within limited range with iPhone.
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