Recently, Apple has officially released iOS 15.2.1 update to fix security holes related to HomeKit and CarPlay.
iOS 15.2.1 and iPadOS 15.2.1 updates are now available, just go to Settings – General – Software update – Download & Install down and install). Note, the update size may vary depending on the device you are using.
As always, before performing the update, users should back up all data on iPhone, iPad through iTunes or iCloud to minimize possible risks.
According to information from Apple, the iOS 15.2.1 update will help solve HomeKit’s denial of service issue, as well as some bugs related to touch sensitivity, not downloading photos sent using iCloud links, etc.
Not long ago, security researcher Trevor Spiniolas said that crooks can use a number of tricks to break into Apple’s smart home system (HomeKit), causing iPhone to crash continuously.
Smart home has long ceased to be a new or surprising technology. A report from Berg Insight shows that by 2020, there will be 102.6 million smart homes in Europe and North America, and this trend is gradually gaining popularity in Vietnam.
The convenience of a smart home lies in its automation, allowing users to actively control the on/off of everything from lights, locks, fans, curtains… by voice or when the corresponding conditions occur. (who appeared). However, one downside of smart home is that you will face more risk of being hacked.
Malicious apps have been found in the App Store, putting millions of users at risk…