Big day for anybody who owns a couple of Apple products, since the Cupertino-based company just announced new versions for all its software problems. Basically, if you own one of their devices, you should be checking for an update, since you will receive them soon.
We’re talking about minor packages, though, with a focus on fixing bugs and enhance security, according to the manufacturer.
First of all, we have iOS 10.2.1, who simply solves some bugs seen on iPhones and brings a few security improvements.
Moving on to macOS 10.12.3, it improves automatic GPU switching for the latest MacBook pro models, besides solving some issues with Adobe Premiere Pro. Besides this, on some laptops, it fixes an annoying issue that prevented searching for scanned .pdf documents in Preview and resolves the compatibility issue with .pdf documents that are exported with encryption enabled. Finally, it also solves an issue causing specific third-party applications from importing images from digital cameras.
Next, we have watchOS 3.1.3, the successor of last month’s 3.1.1, which bricked several smartwatches. It’s focused on bug fixes and performance improvements, without any details being given.
And last, but not least, we have tvOS 10.1.1, which brings general performance and stability improvements for anybody who owns a fourth-gen Apple TV.
As usual, the latest software updates will be distributed over the air, in a phase wise manner, so make sure you check for it throughout the next days. Apple is pretty quick with rolling out the latest versions, so it shouldn’t take long until you will be notified to update.