Upgrade all your Apple devices ASAP

iOS Software update from the General section of the Settings app

A bug was discovered on Wednesday that affects all Apple devices which allows anyone to run code with zero restrictions on Apple devices. Obviously, this is a huge problem. Apple also confirmed the problem exists with older OS versions but won’t issue patches for the outdated devices.

Supported devices

If you own an iPhone 6S, 7 or SE (1st generation) as well as an iPod Touch (7th generation) you can update to iOS 15.7.7

If you own an iPhone 8 and later or iPhone SE (2020 and 2022) you can update to iOS 16.5.1

If you own an iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini (4th generation) you can update to iPadOS 15.7.7

If you own an iPad Air 3rd generation and later, iPad 5th generation and later, iPad Mini 5th generation and iPad Pro you can update to iPadOS 16.5.1

On the Mac front, for iMac 2017 or later, iMac Pro 2017, MacBook 2017, MacBook Air 2018 and later, MacBook Pro 2017 and later, Mac Mini 2018 and later, Mac Pro 2019 and later and all Mac Studio, Mac OS Ventura 13.4.1 is available.

For iMac 2015, MacBook 2016 , MacBook Air 2015, MacBook Pro 2015 and 2016, Mac Mini 2014, Mac Pro 2013 there is Monterey 12.6.7 available

For iMac mid 2014, MacBook early 2015, MacBook Air mid 2013 and 2014, MacBook Pro late 2013 and 2014 there is Big Sur 11.7.8

Apple Watch Series 4 receives WatchOS 9.5.2 but Series 3 receives update 8.8.1

Check for updates

You’ll find them on iPhone and iPad by heading to Settings > General > Software Update, on Mac by going to System Settings > General > Software Update or System Preferences > Software Update, and on your Apple Watch from General > Software Update on the Watch app, or Settings > General > Software Update on your watch.

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