The vulnerability could be attacked (Jacob Pruzeski/Getty)
On Monday, Apple released the iOS 15.0.2 update for the iPhone operating system. Through this step, the company seeks to fix a number of vulnerabilities and errors in the iOS 15 system.
This update included a fix for a vulnerability that Apple says could already be under attack, so users should update as soon as possible.
This vulnerability could allow the attacker to execute arbitrary code and take over the victim’s device, says the technical website “The Verge”.
This update includes fixes related to deleting images saved in the phone library from messages after removing a topic or associated message, not connecting to Find My, and CarPlay failing to open audio apps or disconnecting during playback.
The updates also solve device restore or update failures when using Finder or iTunes on iPhone 13 models.
Apple released an iPadOS 15.0.2 update, which 9to5Mac says resolves issues with deleting photos saved in the iPad’s library from Messages after removing a subject or associated message, a glitch in Find My, and a failure when restoring or updating the device when using it. Finder or iTunes for the 6th generation iPad mini.
And “Apple” had previously released the iOS 15.0.1 update, to fix the problem that people could not use the “Apple” watches to unlock the “iPhone 13” while wearing a muzzle.