Apple has today released a whole slew of new software updates including those for your Apple TV, Apple Watch, and Mac.

As of right now everyone can download macOS 12.2, tvOS 15.3, watchOS 8.4, and HomePod software 15.3 following a beta program that only saw the Release Candidate updates made available to developers recently.

All three updates can be downloaded now via the usual software update mechanisms and as ever we’d suggest that you download each of them as soon as you can. However, no big new features are being offered via these updates.

Instead, each update is fixing problems and making minor tweaks. For example, macOS 12.2 includes a rebuilt Apple Music app that functions much the same way as the old one but is now more responsive than ever before.

Apple’s new watchOS 8.4 update also brings with it its own fixes, this time in the form of a bug that was preventing some Apple Watches from charging properly. If that was a problem you were dealing with, it should be fixed once you install this particular release.

The tvOS 15.3 update is one that we don’t know all that much about, but there’s a bonus update for those who read this far — HomePod 15.3. This update does actually have something new in that it supports voice recognition for up to six different voices in a home in English (India) and Italian (Italy) languages.

Again, we’d suggest that people install all of these updates now to ensure they have the latest fixes.

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