Apple has released iOS 10.3.2 which includes “bug fixes and improves the security” for iPhones and iPads, the company said.
Despite only releasing iOS 10.3.1 a few weeks ago, the release of the new update comes in the aftermath of the Wanna Cry ransomware, which has infected computers and wreaked havoc across the world.
Apple said previously that iOS 10.3.1 fixed a vulnerability that meant users were at risk from being attacked via the Wi-Fi chip in the device.
The update also added new features such as Find My Airpods and Wi-Fi Calling.
Apple has also pushed out MacOS, OS X, watchOS 3.2.2, iTunes, Safari, tvOS and iCloud for Windows 6.2.1, security expert Graham Cluley reported.
The advice is for all Apple users to update to the latest versions of their operating system.
Apple is expected to unveil iOS 11 at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June.
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