Apple updated iOS/iPad OS 17.0.3 today. It fixed the iPhone 15 Pro overheating issue and CVE-2023-42824 security vulnerability.
iPhone Xs, later models
Second-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro and subsequent models, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 11 launch of first-generation iPad Pro and subsequent models, third-generation iPad Air, sixth-generation iPad, 5-generation iPad mini, and following models.
CVE-2023-42824 The XNU vulnerability lets local attackers escalate privileges. Apple also patched CVE-2023-5217, a heap buffer overflow in the VP8 encoding of the open-source libvpx video codec library that allows attackers to execute arbitrary code.
Apple has addressed 17 zero-day vulnerabilities since January, including CVE-2023-42824.
Apple closed the iOS 16.6.1, iOS 17, and iOS 17.0.1 verification channels today for security and other reasons, meaning anyone who upgraded to the new system cannot downgrade.
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