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4 reasons not to install iOS 12.5.6 and 10 reasons why you should

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If you’re on the fence, it’s one of the best reasons to install iOS 12.5.6 right away.

iOS 12.5.6 has an essential security patch on board and it will protect your device(s) from damage. If you want the details, go to Apple’s website.

If you missed the iOS 12.5.5 update, it brought three security patches to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. You can learn more about the trio at Apple’s security site.

If you missed iOS 12.5.4, you’ll get the important security upgrades from that update with your iOS 12.5.6 update. If you are interested in the details, go to Apple’s website for more.

If you skipped iOS 12.5.3, you’ll get the security patches with your upgrade. Both patches were related to WebKit. If you want to know more about it, go to Apple’s security site.

If you skipped iOS 12.5.2, you will also get the security patch with your upgrade. You can read more about it at Apple’s website.

If you also skipped iOS 12.5, you will also get the patch with your upgrade. Apple has detailed the update’s patch on his security site.

If you missed iOS 12.4.9, you’ll also get the four security patches with your upgrade. You can read more about it here.

If you skipped iOS 12.4.7, you also get the the three security patches of the update (two for the Mail app and one for Wi-Fi) with your upgrade to iOS 12.5.6.

If you’re using software older than Apple’s iOS 12.4.4 update, you’ll want to download iOS 12.5.6 in the near future as it will bring the iOS 12.4.4 security patch to your device. You can read about it here.

If you’re using software older than iOS 12.4.2, you’ll get a corresponding patch with your upgrade. You can read about the security content of iOS 12.4.2 here.

If you’re using software older than iOS 12.4.1, you’ll get the iOS 12.4.1 security patch with your iOS 12.5.6 update. You can read about that patch here.

If you’re using software older than iOS 12.4, you’ll get iOS 12.4 patches with your iOS 12.5.6 update.

iOS 12.4 brought 19 security patches to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. If you are interested in the details, you can read about it at Apple’s security site.

If you’re using software older than iOS 12.3, your iOS 12.5.6 update includes the iOS 12.3 security patches. The iOS 12.3 update brought 23 patches and you can read them all here on the Apple site.

If you’re using software older than iOS 12.2, you get the iOS 12.2 security patches with your version of iOS 12.5.6.

iOS 12.2 brought 41 security patches to iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. You can read more about the patches of iOS 12.2 on the company website.

It’s important to note that Apple’s iOS 12.2 update fixed an exploit that allowed websites to use motion sensors to “fingerprint” devices.

the exploit, discovered by researchers in Europe, uses JavaScript to retrieve data from a device’s accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer when the user visits an infected website. If the attack succeeds, a device can be tracked on the Internet.

Fortunately, Apple has fixed the problem. If you skipped it, you’ll probably want to move to iOS 12.5.6 soon.

If you’re using software older than iOS 12.1.4, you get: four major security patches including fixes for a widespread FaceTime eavesdropping bug that allows you to call someone over FaceTime and hear their phone’s audio before they pick up the phone.

If you’re using software older than iOS 12.1.3, you’ll get some additional patches with your version of iOS 12.5.6. Again, they are baked into your upgrade.

Apple lists a total of 23 patches onboard iOS 12.1.3 and you can read about them all on Apple’s website.

If you’re using software older than iOS 12.1.1, you’ll need to install the iOS 12.5.6 update on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch today.

The iOS 12.1.1 update brought 17 patches for potential vulnerabilities. They help protect your phone. You can read about it here.

If you’re using software older than iOS 12.1, you’ll get 24 patches of that update with your version of iOS 12.5.5.

If you’re using software older than iOS 12.0.1, your iOS 12.5.6 update brings two additional patches. Both patches target potential lock screen exploits.

Long story long, if you store sensitive data on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you have some good reasons to upgrade to iOS 12.5.6 today.

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