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iOS 15 neutralized a security gap that threatened users’ private information

January 20, 2022

Recently, there has been a lot of talk about iOS, be it the low adoption rate of iOS 15, Apple no longer allowing downgrades to an earlier version, or stopping the security patches for iOS 14. Now, a support document shared by the tech giant recently, reveals there is even more reason to update your iPhone’s operating system.

When it introduced iOS 15, Apple patched a critical security flaw, which could have potentially proven dangerous for iPhone owners. The flaw allowed malicious third-party apps to override users’ Privacy preferences and expose their private Apple ID information. (via 9to5Mac).

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