So I suggest you to keep your smartphone up to date and also check for updates for each app on Google play store.
Most Android smartphones (except Nexus and Pixel phones) receive one update. Go on…Keep in mind you have enough internal storage (minimum 1 GB left) and enough battery charge left.
Apple is refusing because the solution the FBI is asking for would actually endanger the privacy and security of all i Phone owners. Yesterday, security researchers discovered a flaw in Apple's encryption scheme that made photos and videos you send via i Message vulnerable to attackers.But with i OS 9.3 — the update also released yesterday — that flaw is fixed.There are flaws with any software system — and it's just a matter of time before someone discovers them.Companies such as Apple and Google, as well as major apps, all have employees whose job is to try to hack into their own product (Google even has an entire badass team of women white hat hackers that do this).The Square Point of Sale app requires the latest version of i OS to run smoothly, and these two devices are unable to upgrade to the latest versions.
We recommend upgrading your hardware to get the most of the Square app.With Facebook, for example, recent updates brought the ability to stream live video.With You Tube's latest update, out today, it finally incorporates split screen mode on the i Pad, so you can watch video while working on something else (multitasking FTW)., you think to yourself, and you put off the software update until another day. Apple just released i OS 9.3, so it's time for i Phone owners to connect their phone to a Wi-Fi network and let it update for five minutes.The update features a couple of useful new features, but there are other reasons why you should update your phone, and your apps, in a timely fashion.Their goal is to discover and fix flaws before malicious hackers can take an advantage of them. Hopefully, the security researchers (the aforementioned white hat hackers) figure out the issues first, but occasionally criminals get creative, or identify a security hole first.