We had been waiting for a few days, it is now done: Apple recently released the update iOS 12.1.4, intended for iPhone and iPad. If it does not bring much, it nevertheless corrects the surprising flaw that World is Small told you about throughout the past week. In fact, the Update updates group calls Facetime which had been disabled when the bug was discovered.
The bug, discovered by a 14-year-old teenager, caused an uproar. Some American officials, such as Letitia James, New York State Attorney General, had even asked for an investigation.
Apple apologized last week with a statement in which the company thanked the “ Thompson family for reporting this bug And reassured his clients about his commitment to security.
” iOS 12.1.4 provides important security updates and is recommended for all users “, Can we read, classically, on the sidelines of the deployment of the update. Hopefully, this time around, this patch doesn’t add more flaws to iOS systems. For new emoji Unicode which we told you about last week, we will probably have to wait for the deployment of a new update at the end of the year.