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Photo Gallery: Soccer vs. Northwest, May 9, 2024
Photo Gallery: Soccer vs. Northwest, May 9, 2024
Scott Hoskins, Journalism Adviser/Photographer • Published May 13, 2024
Photo Gallery: Soccer vs. Northwest, May 9, 2024
Photo Gallery: Soccer vs. Northwest, May 9, 2024
Scott Hoskins, Journalism Adviser/Photographer • Published May 13, 2024
Photo Gallery: JROTC @Daytona Beach Drill World Championships
Photo Gallery: JROTC @Daytona Beach Drill World Championships
Gisely Argueta, Phototgrapher • Published May 8, 2024
Exam schedule posted
Exam schedule posted
Staff ReportPublished May 8, 2024
Laptop collection day set for Thursday, May 16
Laptop collection day set for Thursday, May 16
Staff ReportPublished May 6, 2024

Apple device users: Update your device now

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Ronald Hoskins
Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users to upgrade their iOS.

Apple is telling its customers to update their devices to iOS 16.6.1 and iPadOS 16.6.1.

Users with iPhone 8 or later, iPad Pro (all models), iPad Air 3rd generation and later, iPad 5th generation or later and iPad mini 5th generation or later should update their devices as quickly as possible. The update came out on Sept. 7.

This update fixes two iPhone security flaws. According to Apple’s website, for ImageIO, “Processing a maliciously crafted image may lead to arbitrary code execution.” For Wallet, “A maliciously crafted attachment may result in arbitrary code execution.”

Although iOS 17 is scheduled to be released this Fall, users are urged not to wait. The flaws can deliver spyware to a device without the user every knowing.

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