Apple releases new iOS update for 14 and 12 version

Apple has seeded new iOS updates to devices on the iOS 14 and iOS12 versions. The update is available over the air, via the Settings app. You need to go to General and then press on Software update. Updates are available as follows:  

iOS 14.4.2 is the latest version for iPhone 6s or newer, iPad Pro, Air 2 or later, iPad 5 and iPod Touch 7 gen. iOS 12.5.2 is the new update available for older devices like the iPhone 6 Plus or 5s, iPad mini 3 or iPod touch 6th gen.  

The update brings, according to the changelog, improvements to web content security: ” Processing maliciously crafted web content may lead to universal cross site scripting. Apple is aware of a report that this issue may have been actively exploited.” 

At the same time, Apple is currently tweaking a final version of iOS 14.5, a software update that still in a beta stage. The upcoming official update to version 14.5 will bring another set of security fixes and under the hood changes. Apple is not expected to introduce other new things before the launch of the iPhone 13 line-up whose new features are described in our new article here.  

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