On March 26, Apple released a new software update for iOS 14.4.1 and iPadOS 14.4.1, just three weeks after the previous update.
This time again, it is recommended that you do not delay the update, as it is about closing security bugs on Apple phones and tablets.
According to the techno site The Verge, the security flaw allows universal scripting on all websites. In other words, a malicious website or script can access information from other sites you’ve accessed, which is not good, especially since Apple claims that some sites may do so.
Delaying iOS updates is usually not a problem for a few weeks, and according to macrumors.com and theverge.com, it would be best to download the latest iOS update (iOS 14.4.2) as soon as possible.
It will fix a security flaw that Apple says has been exploited by websites and people with dirty flour in a bag. Note that the update also applies to iPad (iPadOS).
To download and update your phone, take a few minutes by going to “Settings”, “General” and “Update”, where you select “Download and install”.
Always be careful
Even if you don’t update your phone right away, that doesn’t mean you can’t use it. Be sure to avoid questionable and suspicious sites, which you should still take as general advice.