It's a new day in the land of Apple gadgets, with users receiving security updates that were pushed out yesterday (May 15).
Apple has released its latest version of iOS 10 to iPhone and iPad owners, as the company looks to tighten up security and fix bugs ahead of the launch of iOS 11 next month. The update includes several fixes to the operating systems kernel, some of which address security vulnerabilities that would allow an application to gain access to kernel privileges as well as execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges.
More recently Apple released an entry-level 9.7-inch iPad that undercuts the price of the iPad Mini by $70. No major features have been introduced with this update, all you get are a few bug fixes, security improvements, and some minor enhancements. The update just started rolling out, so it's unclear exactly what's inside, but it's possible that this x.x.1 update is focused on under-the-hood tweaks like iOS 10.3.2. Remember that the Apple Watch must be on its charger, charged to at least 50 percent, and within range of your iPhone, which itself must be on Wi-Fi. The tvOS 10.2.1 brings fourth-generation Apple TV's bug fixes and other enhancements.
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But the agency added that some infections may not yet have been detected, and that existing infections can spread within networks. I am anxious about how the numbers will continue to grow when people go to work and turn on their machines on Monday morning.
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To install the updates, click the Apple logo in the menu bar, select App Store, click Updates and then click Install next to the OS and Safari updates.
Apple Watch users can click on the Watch icon on their iPhones, the scroll down to and tap General, then tap Software Update.
macOS 10.12.6 Beta: The first version of the macOS 10.12.6 beta is now available for download, reports 9to5Mac.