Apple has released an update in the Critical Security Updates category to Version 16.4.1.
You may encounter installation problems
Critical Security Updates are a new type of software release for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. They deliver important security improvements between software updates — for example, improvements to the Safari browser, WebKit framework stack, or other critical system libraries. They can also be used to fix some issues security faster, for example issues that may have been exploited or reported,” Apple writes about the new type of update that has been beta-tested for a long time, but not used infrequently.
By default, your device allows critical security updates to be applied automatically, prompting you to restart your device if necessary.
Also update your Mac
The update is for iOS version 16.4.1 (a) and macOS version 13.3.1 (a). So the goal is to quickly update mobile phones, tablets and laptops in order to close security bugs without having to update the entire operating system in some cases. When we tried to update our iPhone 14 Pro Max, we downloaded it but it didn’t update with an error message saying update could not be verified.
Important security updates require iOS 16.4.1 or later, iPadOS 16.4.1 or later, or macOS Ventura 13.3.1 or later.
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