Apple has asked iPhone users to update their mobile as soon as possible to fix a security flaw in the mail application.

Network security organisation ZecOps discovered the flaw, which allows hackers to access content in the user email application.

Online tech blogs have described the flaw as a “critical vulnerability”.

The iPhone security flaw was found in all versions of the iOS operating system starting from iOS 3.1.3.

The latest models of iPhone are all vulnerable to attack.

Apple asked iPhone users to immediately update their mobile phones with the iOS 13.5 security update.

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This update will fix the flaw and increase the speed at which the password input interface is displayed.

It also allows users to control the automatic highlighting of video collages in FaceTime group chats and fixes a bug where users see a black screen when trying to stream video.


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