Tech News Desk – Apple has released an update called Rapid Security Response for iOS, iPadOS and macOS. Actually, it is a new type of software update that will fix major bugs on all Apple devices. The company has written on its support page that this update will fix many things including Safari browser, Webkit framework stack and other system libraries. This update downloads faster than Software Update and after installing correctly, A is written on the back of the operating system.
Suppose you use Mac and it has macOS 13.3.1, then after Rapid Security Response is downloaded and installed, you will see written macOS 13.3.1(a) on the system. The Rapid Security Response update Apple has rolled out for the latest software versions includes iOS 16.4.1, iPadOS 16.4.1, and macOS 13.3.1. If you use an old operating system, you will not see it.
To download Rapid Security Response update on iPhone, go to Settings > Software Update > Automatic Updates. Keep in mind that you have turned on the option of “Security Response and System Files”. This update also needs to be downloaded on Mac. According to MacRumours, only a few people are seeing this update right now. It will be visible to all Mac users in the coming 48 hours.
Apple may launch its new iPhone i.e. iPhone 15 by the end of this year or early next year. In this, you can get the support of USB-Type C charging and haptic buttons. Till now many news have come about the new phone, in which different things are being said. The assembly model of the iPhone 15 will get the Dynamic Island feature, which is currently limited to the Pro Max only. Also, a large camera module can be seen in the iPhone 15.