Update for older iPhones and iPads.
Which the chatter nowadays is all about the latest versions of the iPhone and iOS, there are a ton of older devices still out there. If you are using an older device—such as an iPhone 6 or a first-gen iPad Air—you should know that Apple on Thursday released iOS 12.5.5, an update for iPhones and iPads with critical security patches.
The patches are for CoreGraphics, WebKit, and XNU. As previously reported in the iOS 14.8 update, at least one of the security patches pertain to the Pegasus spyware that was uncovered on iPhones.
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