Apple reveals serious security vulnerabilities  To Its Gadgets

Models affected include the iPhone 6S and later, more up to date iPads, and Macs running macOS Monterey and above.

The flaws can potentially give full access to the gadgets to hackers. Apple added that it is "aware of a report that this issue may have been actively taken advantage of".

Security specialists have advised clients to direly update affected gadgets - the iPhone 6S and later models, more up to date iPads, and Mac PCs running macOS Monterey.

In a security update on its help page, Apple said one of the flaws means a malicious application "may have the option to execute arbitrary code with part honors”.

TechCrunch revealed that the other - a WebKit bug - could be taken advantage to take full control of your gadgets which can cause security risk & data theft.

Apple gave no additional information on the number of clients that were affected by the vulnerability.

The warning to clients comes ahead of its traditional September launch of the latest iPhone - anticipated that this year should be named the iPhone 14.

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