The two security flaws were reported earlier this week and have been named Meltdown (impacts only Intel chips) and Spectre, which impacts pretty much every known modern processor including Intel, ARM, AMD.
Apple gave users this advice in a blog post: 'These issues apply to all modern processors and affect almost all computing devices and operating systems.
The tech giant said it is working on software updates to fix a pair of vulnerabilities which affect Apple gadgets as well as "all modern processors and affect almost all computing devices and operating systems".
In a blogpost, Apple said it had released updates for iOS, the software on its phones and tablets, macOS, which is used by its computers and tvOS for its television products.
Apple said it will release an update for its web browser, Safari, in the next few days. The company's full statement, available through a new support document covering Meltdown and Spectre, is below: Security researchers have recently uncovered security issues known by two names, Meltdown and Spectre.
APPLE HAS CONFIRMED that all Mac and iOS devices are affected by the Meltdown and Spectre security flaws, that experts say could allow hackers to access sensitive data.
Cloud administrations possessed by Amazon, Microsoft, and Google itself have additionally been utilizing Project Zero's examination to make and issue patches for their servers, while numerous other littler cloud suppliers who had not been beforehand told about the defect are now scrambling to fix their machines.
"All Mac systems and iOS devices are affected, but there are no known exploits impacting customers at this time ..." Also, the company will continue to develop and test further mitigations for these issues and will release them in upcoming updates of iOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS.
Apple simply distributed another help archive clarifying that iOS and macOS could be assaulted by the newfound (and exceptionally risky) Meltdown and Specter misuses.
The Meltdown and Spectre issues take advantage of a modern CPU performance feature called speculative execution. The company has also issued updates on iOS, MacOS, tvOS to protect customers against these flaws. The vulnerabilities were uncovered by Jann Horn, a researcher at Google's Project Zero, along with academic researchers across the world.