Apple has begun rolling out iOS 14.4.2 and iPadOS 14.4.2, and users are urged to update as quickly as possible. The Apple security help page goes into a bit more detail, stating that the problem is due to a Webkit bug.
The latest version arrives just three weeks after iOS/iPad 14.4.1 was released and more than a month after the iOS/iPadOS 14.4 updates. The iOS and iPadOS 14.4.2 updates are free to download, and the program is available over-the-air in the Settings app on all qualifying smartphones. Go to Settings > General > Security Update to get the latest software.
Additionally, Apple’s Cupertino-based tech giant has begun pushing out the watchOS 7.3.3 upgrade. All four security upgrades (iOS 14.4.2, iPad 14.4.2, iOS 12.5.2, and watchOS 7.3.3) should be available right now for all consumers with supported devices. Apple recently announced that iOS 14 is now installed on 86 percent of iPhones launched in the last four years.
The report, which was published on Apple’s Developer website, reveals that 80 percent of all devices are running iOS 14, with 12 percent running iOS 13 and the remaining 8% running iOS 12 or earlier. iPadOS 14 is used by 70% of all users on the iPad.
Nearly 12% of all current iPhones are now running iOS 13, and 2% are running even older versions of iOS (as of February 24). Nearly 14% of all active iPads are now running iPadOS 13, while 16% are running an even older version of the app. Apple has begun rolling out iOS 14.4.2 and iPadOS 14.4.2, and users are urged to update as quickly as possible.
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