The US tech giant said the processor flaws, known as Meltdown and Spectre, could leave millions of users exposed to hackers.
This week that developers have tried to prevent hackers.
However, as developers try to fix the flaws this is causing devices to slow down by up to 50% when performing computer tasks requiring a lot of storage or network usage.
In a recent blog post, Apple said it had released software updates for iOS, its phone and tablets software, macOS, used by its computers, and tvOS for its television products.
It announced the Apple Watch is not affected by Spectre.
The flaw affects Intel microprocessor hardware
“Security researchers have recently uncovered security issues known by two names, Meltdown and Spectre,” Apple added.
“All Mac systems and iOS devices are affected, but there are no known exploits impacting customers at this time.
“Since exploiting many of these issues requires a malicious app to be loaded on your Mac or iOS device, we recommend downloading software only from trusted sources such as the App Store.”
Apple said it will release an update for its web browser, Safari, in the next few days.
A spokesman for the National Cyber Security Centre told Sky News: “We are aware of reports about a potential flaw affecting some computer processors.
“At this stage there is no evidence of any malicious exploitation and patches are being produced for the major platforms.
“NCSC advises that all organisations and home users continue to protect their systems from threats by installing patches, as soon as they become available.”