Apple released an updated version of iOS 12.5.6 on Wednesday to fix a security flaw. The fix is intended to patch up a security vulnerability that could let a malicious website run unchecked code if you opened it on a browser on your phone. Apple said the flaw’may have been actively exploited. The update is also available for several other antique devices, including the original iPad Air, the iPad Mini 2 and 3, and the sixth-generation iPod Touch. The iPhone 5S was first unveiled in September of 2013, followed by the 6 and 6 Plus a year later, and Apple’s iPhone 14 is due to be released on Sept. 7, 2018. You can find and download the update by going to Settings on your device, clicking on General . . .