Apple Releases iOS 15.7.5, macOS 11.7.6, And macOS 12.6.5 With Security Fixes In Tow

Apple has today released iOS 15.7.5, macOS 11.7.6, and macOS 12.6.5 to the public with all of these releases designed to give more people access to recent security fixes made available in more modern software releases.

Apple recently released iOS 16.4.1 and macOS 13 3.1 to the public, with both updates promising security fixes for security issues that had been exploited in the wild.

Now, Apple has released iOS 15.7.5, macOS 11.7.6, and macOS 12.6.5 to allow people with older devices that don’t support iOS 16 and macOS 13 to also stay up to date with the latest fixes.

The updates deal with two specific security fixes that were included in the iOS 16.4.1, iPadOS 16.4.1, And macOS 13.3.1 updates as outlined here.

We’d suggest that everyone who doesn’t have access to the latest iOS and macOS releases should download these new updates as soon as possible to ensure that they aren’t vulnerable to those security issues. The updates are all available as free downloads via their Software Update mechanisms.

The two security flaws were first reported to Apple by Google’s Threat Analysis Group and Amnesty International’s Security Lab.

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