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Apple releases iOS 15.0.2 with some Find My fixes

Apple launched iOS 15.0.2 on Monday, and it has some essential bug fixes, together with a pair particular to Find My. For the iPad and iPhone, it also fixes a security flaw that Apple says might already be beneath assault, so replace ASAP. Credited to an nameless researcher, CVE-2021-30883 might permit an attacker to take advantage of the IOMobileFrameBuffer to “execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges,” and take over your system.

On my iPhone 12 Mini, the replace clocks in at 531.1MB.

Listed below are the patch notes from Apple:

iPadOS 15.0.2 can also be out. Right here’s what’s included in that, according to 9to5Mac:

Apple launched iOS 15 on September 20th, and already up to date it as soon as to iOS 15.0.1 to repair a problem the place individuals couldn’t use their Apple Watch to unlock their iPhone 13 whereas carrying a masks. Apple can also be testing iOS 15.1 in beta, which at present consists of options like SharePlay, help for including a COVID-19 vaccination card to Apple Pockets, and new iPhone 13 Pro camera features.

Apple posted watchOS 8.0.1 on Monday, too. In accordance with Apple, right here’s what’s fastened:

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