Apple Hurriedly Patches Security Flaws in Latest iOS

Whenever Apple releases a new version of iOS, there is often a frenzy of activity as people try their best to figure out what kind of new features are going to be coming into play. With all of that having been said and out of the way, it is important to note that the release of the latest version of iOS, iOS 14 to be precise, has not gone quite as smoothly as Apple had hoped since Google discovered three zero day security risks that might have made it impossible for users to feel secure while using this particular version of the operating system.

Because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up undermining Apple’s ability to remain competitive in the market, the tech giant has decided to patch these security issues immediately with a new update to the operating system. All Apple users are strongly recommended to update to the latest version of their mobile operating system lest something goes wrong that prevents Apple from being able to protect you from the various security threats that many people are forced to end up facing out there.

The way the code has been laid out in the latest version of iOS has made it rather easy for someone to hack into your device. While the duration during which the initial version of iOS 14 was operational was actually quite small, thereby making it unlikely that any hacker might have learned about them and tried to exploit them in any way, shape or form, at the same time the fact that such a vulnerability was rolled out in the first place is the sort of thing that might shake the trust that some people have when it comes to companies like Apple.

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