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iOS 15.3 is out now, and it fixes a nasty Safari bug

iOS 15.3 is out now, and it fixes a nasty Safari bug

Apple is releasing iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 for compatible devices today. This is a fairly minor update, but it comes with a much-needed security fix to fix a nasty Safari browser flaw. Security researchers revealed earlier this month that websites could exploit a flaw in Apple's Safari browser to access URLs recently visited by an iOS user and even obtain a Google user ID. . What can we do

9to5Mac tested the iOS 15.3 release candidate released a few days ago and found that it fixed this particular security issue. Apple's quick fix will be useful for iOS and iPadOS users, because unlike macOS, you can't switch to another browser on iOS to avoid a security flaw. Apple allows third-party browsers on iOS, but they must all use the same Safari rendering engine.

There are no additional features or obvious improvements included in iOS 15.3.1. Apple last updated iOS with version 15.2, which includes improvements for the iPhone 13 Pro's Macro Mode, a $4.99 voice-only plan for Apple Music, a Digital Legacy Program, and Apple's App Privacy Report.

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