Apple is now sending out security updates to several of its products after a vulnerability was discovered in WebKit, which is the browser engine used in Safari.
The security hole allows malicious websites to run malicious code on your device if you have an iPad, iPhone or Mac.
The 14.5.1 update for iOS and iPadOS closes this gap, as do macOS 11.3.1 and watchOS 7.4.1.
All updates are available to users now.
Apple has also released an iOS 12.5.3 update for older devices, which fixes the same bug.
So far this year, Apple has rolled out a number of security updates to iOS after holes and vulnerabilities were discovered.
First iOS 14.4 in January then iOS 14.4.1 and 14.4.2 in March, which closed security holes and vulnerabilities.