epa06417905 (FILE) - A guest inspects the new MacBook Pro computer with the new USB-C ports in a demo room, following the announcement of new products at the Apple Headquarters in Cupertino, California, USA, 27 October 2016 (reissued 05 January 2018). According to reports, Apple has admitted its iPhone and Mac products are affected by two considerable security flaws in the hardware chips. Several technology companies are rushing to fix two considerable flaws in popular computer chips manufactured by Intel, AMD and ARM. The flaws could help attackers to gain access to sensitive information such as banking information and passwords. It is not known if the boards and chips pictured contain the security vulnerability.  EPA/TONY AVELAR