macOS 12.7.3 and 13.6.4 are maintenance releases with important bug fixes and security patches for older Macs powered by Monterey or Ventura.
Apple says Safari iOS 17.3 patches four security and privacy vulnerabilities on older macOS editions, one of which may have been exploited.
Apple's refreshed M3 MacBook Pro and iMac computers ship with macOS Ventura installed, but some folks can't seemingly update their machine to macOS Sonoma.
Apple’s new iOS 16.6.1, iPadOS 16.6.1, watchOS 9.6.2 and macOS Ventura 13.5.2 updates fix two dangerous vulnerabilities that have been exploited in the wild.
Learn how to use your Mac's Touch ID for the sudo command in the macOS Terminal app to save yourself from typing an administrator password.
Download and install macOS Ventura 13.5.1 to fix a location permissions bug that prevented you from granting apps on your Mac access to your location.
macOS Ventura has a bug preventing you from managing location permissions, without any apps showing up in the macOS location services settings.
iOS 16.6 and other Apple updates bring security fixes for many vulnerabilities, including ones that have been actively exploited in the wild.
When you click outside an open app window onto the desktop wallpaper, all the Mac app windows disappear from the screen to show desktop items like the added widgets. If you don't like this behavior, we'll show you how to stop it from happening on Mac running macOS Sonoma and macOS Ventura.
According to the iOS 16.5.1 release notes, the latest updates fix security issues in the kernel and WebKit that have been actively exploited in the wild.
The macOS Ventura 13.4 release notes confirm sports-focused News app enhancements, along with fixes for Bluetooth, Screen Time, Auto Unlock, etc.
No need to temporarily disable firewall apps like Little Snitch—macOS Ventura 13.4 fixes a content filtering issue that has plagued earlier beta releases of the software.