Apple pushes out last iOS, iPadOS, macOS updates before the fall
The updates are mainly for bug and security fixes.
Apple just dropped what should be the last updates to its operating systems before the big updates this fall. Every device is being updated, with iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and
As we’re nearly at the next operating system version, these updates don’t bring many new features. They have a large list of security fixes, so you will still want to update them.
But that doesn’t mean that some new features aren’t on the way. The ability to pause, rewind, restart, and fast-forward live sports games in the TV app is coming to iOS 15.6 and iPadOS 15.6. That’s also coming to macOS 12.5.
Here’s how to update your Apple devices
If you want to ensure your devices are up-to-date, we’ve got you covered. When you’re ready to update, here’s how to get things rolling:
- How to update your iPhone to iOS 15.6
- How to update your iPad to iPadOS 15.6
- How to update your Mac to macOS 12.6
- How to update your Apple Watch to watchOS 8.7
- How to update your
Apple TVto tvOS 15.6
If you don’t see the updates immediately, Apple is rolling them out in waves, so check back in a few hours. This is likely the last update before Apple releases the next big feature updates to iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16 in the fall.
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