Apple has issued an emergency set of updates to its family of iDevices following a critical zero-click security flaw.  The company is concerned about data theft and espionage, which is why they’re taking this step to protect their customers. This information comes after it was revealed that there was a bug in in the operating system code that could allow someone to your Mac without your password or Apple ID to gain administrator privileges and potentially steal sensitive data from your computer. All device owners are urged to update their Macs, Apple Watches, iPhones and iPad immediately.

List of Apple Security Updates

ABC News: Apple releases emergency software update

CBS News: Apple issues urgent iPhone software update to patch apparent security flaw

USA Today Tech: Apple issues emergency software update after security flaw leaves iPhones, iPads at risk

 

 

How to update your Mac

You can update your Mac by going through the steps starting with the Apple Menu Icon / System Preferences / Update

 

How to update your iPhone or iPad

 

How to update your Apple Watch

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