UAE Cyber Security Council urges iPhone users to update software

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The UAE Cyber Security Council is calling for iPhone users to install the latest software, after Apple announced a new security update.

In a post on social media platform X, the UAE Cyber Security Council said: "Apple has released a security update to address several critical security vulnerabilities for its various products, that could potentially allow attackers to gain unauthorized access to devices, steal data, or execute malicious code.

"The UAE Cyber Security Council recommends installing the latest versions released by Apple."

Apple issues regular updates to its software to protect users from potential issues with users' devices. 

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