How to protect against security flaw in Apple devices

A severe security breach in the Apple network could allow scammers to control your devices remotely.

The computer giant revealed in a security report on Wednesday the importance of carrying out the latest update as soon as possible to your iPhone, iPad and Mac devices to make them more secure.

This report explains that scammers could take advantage of a breach to hack into your device.

In the reports, Apple did not disclose how this breach was discovered by its team.

It is recommended to update if you have one of the following devices.

– Mac computer with MacOS Monterey operating system

– iPhone SE (3rd generation)

– iPhone 13 Pro Max

– iPhone 13 Pro

– iPhone 13

– iPhone 13 mini

– iPhone 12 Pro Max

– iPhone 12 Pro

-iPhone 12

– iPhone 12 mini

– iPhone SE (2nd generation)

– iPhone 11 Pro

– iPhone 11 Pro Max

-iPhone 11

-iPhone XS

-iPhone XS Max

-iPhone XR

-iPhone X

– iPhone 8

– iPhone 8 Plus

– iPhone 7

– iPhone 7 Plus

– iPhone SE (1st generation)

-iPhone 6s

– iPad (5th generation) – released in 2017

– iPad Pro (2nd generation)

– iPad (6th generation)

– 11-inch iPad Pro

– iPad Pro (3rd generation)

– iPad (7th generation)

– iPad mini (5th generation)

– iPad Air (3rd generation)

– iPad (8th generation)

– iPad Air (4th generation)

– iPad Pro (4th generation)

– iPad Pro (2nd generation)

– iPad Pro (10.5 inch)

– iPad Pro (12.9 inch)

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