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Yes, iPhones Can Be Hacked And Here’s How To Deal With Hackers



Yes, iPhones Can Be Hacked And Here's How To Deal With Hackers

Yes, the iPhone can also be hacked! The expensive Apple products like the iPhone, the iPad and the MacBook – which boast of unmatched security and efficiency along with the powerful brand name – are vulnerable to hackers who have the capability to control and seize their devices.

Apple in January 2022 became the world’s first company to record a market value of $3 trillion –  larger than the GDP of the United Kingdom, according to a Forbes report.

But coming back to the hack threat, if you are an Apple iPhone, iPad or Mac device user then this article is for you.

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Apple has warned its users that there is a flaw in their system which permits hackers to seize and control their iPhones. iPads and Mac systems.

The company team is asking their users to install emergency software updates when the security team discovered a vulnerability in their operating system.

Apple has not yet disclosed the extent to which the flaw has been exploited.

According to the report in the security report posted by Apple’s team, the vulnerability will affect the iPhones which are older than the iPhone 6S model followed by the iPad 5th generation and further, iPad Air or further, iPad mini next and iPad Pro models along with the iPod touch 7th generation.

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AAPL stated the vulnerabilities which provide hackers with the ability to take the control of the operating system of the device for executing arbitrary code and will potentially infiltrate the device through suspicious and malicious developed web content. 

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The vulnerability is also for Mac computers that are using Monterey OS and Safari Browser with Big Sur and Catalina Operating Systems stated by Apple on the same date.

According to the reports by cybersecurity experts, Apple users have been asked to update their devices after the warning stated by the US government’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

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