Apple iOS 14.5.1 Release: Should You Upgrade?
Apple iOS 14.5.1 has arrived and it is a critical update. Not only does the new release address a serious flaw in iOS 14.5, it comes with two crucial security fixes for vulnerabilities which are a clear and present danger to all iPhone and iPad owners. Here’s everything you need to know.
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Who Is It For?
Apple iOS 14.5.1 has been released for all iOS 13-compatible devices. That means iPhone 6S and newer as well as the 7th generation iPod touch. If you have not had an automatic update notification, trigger it manually by navigating to Settings > General > Software Update. Beta testers, if you are running a later version of iOS 14 when you read this (see ‘The Road Ahead’ section at the end), you must unenroll your iPhone before iOS 14.5.1 will show up.
Note: iOS 12.5.3 has also been released for older iPhones to address these security flaws as well as iPadOS …
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