It’s a big day for security updates in Apple-land. The company has rolled out software fixes for just about all of its platforms, including iOS 15.3 and macOS 12.2, 9to5Mac reports. Notably, they fix the Safari vulnerability that could potentially leak your browser history, as well as your Google account information. WatchOS 8.4 and tvOS 15.2, meanwhile, add some performance improvements. And even though the company isn’t paying as much attention to its smart speakers these days, it launched HomePod 15.3, which adds Siri support for up to six users speaking English in India, or Italian in Italy. (That’s a feature Apple started offering in the US back in 2019.)
While we normally wouldn’t stress minor software updates much, iOS and macOS users should deal with that Safari vulnerability as soon as they can. Sure, there aren’t any major threats taking advantage of that now, but who knows what malware could pop up in the next month or two.
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