Should I update to iOS 14.7.1?

Amora R Jelo

Apple is recommending that all iPhone users download the latest update as soon as possible. The iOS developer is aware of a major security exploit, which could impact users that don’t update to iOS 14.7.1 immediately. This urgent security fix comes just a week after the launch of iOS 14.7, which itself served to address vulnerabilities on the platform.

Is iOS 14.7.1 worth downloading?

Yes, iPhone owners should update to iOS 14.7.1 as soon as possible. The update contains “important” security fixes and Apple recommends it “for all users.”

How to download iOS 14.7.1 on iPhone and iPad

  1. Unlock the iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap the “Settings” application.
  3. Select the “General” option.
  4. Choose “Software Update” from the list.
  5. Tap the “Download and install” option.
  6. Wait for the iOS 14.7.1 update to complete.

After the update concludes, the security vulnerability should no longer be a concern. As such, it’s advisable to download and install iOS 14.7.1 on all Apple devices for general safety and peace of mind.

The security exploits in question relate to IOMobileFrameBuffer, allowing hackers to execute code on other users’ iPhones. Fortunately, Apple has been quick to act on reports and issue a solution.

Elsewhere, the iOS 14.7.1 update fixes an issue preventing iPhones with Touch ID from unlocking a paired Apple Watch. Undoubtedly the main feature, however, is the security exploit solution. It’s relevant to all Apple device owners, regardless of the model and any linked devices.

With iOS 14.7.1 installed, iPhone users are safe to continue the normal use of their devices. Any mobile gamers might want to check out Pokemon Unite, a brand-new MOBA coming to Android and iPhone in September. It’s surprisingly good, though there are some concerns that players can pay to gain an advantage. Recent leaks also indicate that there could be more content on the way, including new Pokemon and cosmetics.

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