- The update, known as Rapid Security Response, aims to fix a software vulnerability in Apple's web rendering engine called WebKit.

- The vulnerability, tagged as 'CVE-2023-37450', was discovered by FingerprintJS and reported to Apple on June 27.

- All versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and tvOS from 15.4 to 16.5.1 are affected by the vulnerability.

- Attackers can exploit the vulnerability by tricking users into visiting a malicious website, allowing them to execute arbitrary code on the victim's device.

To check assuming that your gadget is impacted, go to Settings > General > About and search for the Product Adaptation. 

- Devices running iOS 15.4 or later, iPadOS 15.4 or later, macOS Monterey 12.3 or later, or tvOS 15.4 or later are vulnerable.

- Devices with automatic updates and 'Security Responses & System Files' turned on should receive the update automatically.

- Restarting the device may be necessary to complete the update.

- If automatic updates are not enabled, install the latest security updates by going to Settings > General > Software Update.

- All versions of Safari up to and including 16.5.2 are also affected.

- It is crucial to update your Apple devices promptly to ensure their security and protect against potential risks.

- It is crucial to update your Apple devices promptly to ensure their security and protect against potential risks.

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