Apple released iOS 16, macOS Ventura, and some major updates a few weeks ago. Now the company has released iOS 15.6, iPadOS 15.6, and macOS 12.5, which allow more control of live sports happening in the TV app. You can watch matches that are already playing by resuming them.
Apart from this, users will get options like pause type typical playback option, fast-forward and rewind after the new update. Through this new software update, a bug that has existed in Safari for a long time has also been fixed. Because of this bug, a tab used to automatically go back to the previous page. According to the report, Apple may also release some more security patches for its users. Also Read – Apple iPhone 14 Max launch may be delayed, know the reason
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Apart from this, Apple has released watchOS 8.7 updates for its Apple Watch and tvOS 15.6 updates for TV. Through these updates, Apple is eliminating the bugs present in its Watch and TV and is also introducing some new features. Now let’s see whether the changes coming through these new updates are liked by the users or not.
Now let us tell you about the update that came to Apple a few days ago i.e. iOS 16. In today’s event, Apple first introduced iOS 16 OS. This is a new operating system from Apple, in which Apple has introduced Lock Screen, Live Screen Activities, Focus Filter, and Undo.
The timing suggests these may be the last significant updates for existing software.
Apple has historically shipped major versions of iOS, macOS, and other software as soon as September, and there aren’t hints of iOS 15.7 or similar upgrades on the horizon. The company is shifting its priorities, and the modest changes in these latest updates reflect that changing focus.
The new software also fixes a Safari bug that could revert a tab to a previous page. You can expect the customary round of security patches (most of which fix holes allowing arbitrary code), including equivalents for older macOS versions like Big Sur and Catalina.
The timing suggests these may be the last significant updates for existing software. Apple has historically shipped major versions of iOS.