Apple released iOS 9.3.5 firmware to solve an important security hole that could expose personal data such as contacts, text messages, calls or emails. Therefore, all users of iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch must be updated as soon as possible to escape this major threat.. A system constantly evolving. Whether innovative or not, but always progressing to make the most on all devices that support it.
This time, almost on par, with only one day of differentiation, Apple has released a new update for iOS 9 and another beta version iOS 10.
After iOS 9.3.4, comes this new minor update not foreseen. And the reason why Apple has such an upgrade available to users, is none other than the safety of them.
In yesterday, the very New York Times explained the reasons of the release. These are not others, closing a door vulnerable exploited by an Israeli company called NSO Group, which sells software that handles track invisibly to the device.
Thanks to the attacks sent by this software, third party getting access messages, emails, calls, contacts, passwords, audios and even real-time location of the terminal owner.
After a thorough investigation of this matter, the Cupertino company has released an update that simply ends with that vulnerability. For this reason, all users are recommended to upgrade your device to the latest version of iOS 9, and available on our devices.
Yesterday, Apple surprised us with the release of iOS 9.3.5, today we have seen as it appeared iOS 10 in its eighth beta version for developers, and the seventh version registered in the program to test betas users.
In this case the news is not as prominent as in the previous case, since it is a simple upgrade focused on correcting errors, one of the last before the release of the final version of the operating system.
To get updates iOS 9.3.5 as the eighth beta of IOS 10, simply download them from Settings and install them, or get them through iTunes.