Apple Released iOS 10.3.2 With Several Security Fixes; Apple Also Unleashed tvOS 10.2.1, watchOS 3.2.2, And macOS 10.12.5 [VIDEO]By Don Don Navidad, UniversityHerald Reporter
Apple Inc. rolled out the iOS 10.3.2 to the public with several changes, following a number of weeks of beta testing that started shortly after iOS 10.3 was launched. The tech giant also unleashed the macOS 10.12.5, watchOS 3.2.2 and tvOS 10.2.1.
The update came after iOS 10.3 and following iOS 10.3.1 which was released around a month and a half ago. The Cupertino based tech giant released iOS 10.3.1 to fix iOS devices at risk of attack sent through Wi-Fi, which came along with the iOS 10.3 update. Also, the iOS 10.3 update accidentally re-enabled iCloud services.
iOS 10.3.2 is a free to download through over-the-air update to all users with a compatible device. Apple device users can update to iOS 10.3.2 by going to Settings, General and then Software Update. The iOS 10.3.2 can also be downloaded and installed by using iTunes on a PC or Mac. It appears that the mobile operating system focuses primarily on bug fixes, security enhancements, as well as other minor OS improvements.
Nonetheless, Apple will be hosting the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017 event from June 5 to June 9, where the tech company is expected to announce iOS 11. Considering the tech giant's previous software update schedule, iOS 11 will not be free to download until September when the iPhone 8 should be unveiled. The tech company's keynote address for the WWDC 2017 event is slated for June 5 in San Jose, California, Forbes reported..
The tech company also rolled out updates for other gadgets, which include tvOS 10.2.1, macOS 10.12.5 and watchOS 3.2.2. The tech company claims that the watchOS 3.2.2 comes along with improvements and bug fixes. The tvOS 10.2.1 brings fourth-generation Apple TV's bug fixes and other enhancements. Meanwhile, the macOS 10.12.5 features Mac App Store enhanced compatibility, potential kernel panic prevention, as well as additional support for media-free installation of Windows 10 Creators Update and digital camera RAW formats, Mac World reported.
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