Apple has released iOS 9.3.4, which includes “an important security update” that the company says all iOS users should get.
The update addresses a “memory corruption issue” and patches the Pangu jailbreak, according to Apple’s website.
If your device hasn’t prompted you to install the update already, you can find it in the main settings app under General —> Software Update.
As MacRumors notes, this update is likely to be the last before iOS 10, which is expected sometime next month. If previous years’ updates hold true, the next version of iOS will launch with the next iPhone in September. iOS 10 brings a massively overhauled Messages app, redesigned Music and Maps apps and the ability to delete stock apps (well, sort of). It also sports revamped notifications and lock screen, a redesigned Control Center and opens up Siri to third-party developers.