Apple has released iOS 12.4.1 update which fixes a major security bug.
Apple on Monday released updates for various devices. It has released iOS 12.4.1 update which fixes major security bugs, watchOS 5.3.1, macOS Mojave 10.14.6 as well as tvOS 12.4.1 update. All these updates are now available for users to download and install. Here’s everything new with updates.
First, Apple made a mistake that “allowed malicious applications to run code arbitrarily, including system privileges.” The iOS 12.4.1 update appears to address vulnerabilities that enable jailbreaking However, the notes do not say much and that update provides “important security and stability updates.” It is now available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users You can learn more about the update here
Apple has also released 10.14.6 complementary update to MacOS Mozave. According to the release note, update:
- Fixes a problem that can turn off certain Mac notebooks during sleep.
- Resolves a problem that can reduce performance when working with very large files.
- Resolves issues that may prevent pages, keynotes, numbers, iMovie and garage bands from being updated.
Finally, tvOS 12.4.1 and watchOS 5.3.1 make no big difference. However, according to the website, “free problems were solved with improved memory management”. The watchOS 5.3.1 update also focuses on bug fixes rather than adding new features to the OS. Major changes could be introduced with the upcoming tvOS 13 and watchOS 6.
The Apple event that could take place next month could introduce us to a 16-inch MacBook Pro, three new iPhones, a cheaper iPad, a better AirPod and a new HomePod. The company may also unveil a new generation of Apple Watch with an OLED screen.