Download: Final Version Of visionOS 1.1, macOS 14.4, watchOS 10.4, tvOS 17.4, HomePod 17.4 Released

Following the release of iOS 17.4 and iPadOS 17.4  to the public earlier this week, Apple has now released a slew of other software updates for owners of a variety of devices to download.

The new software updates include final version of visionOS 1.1, macOS 14.4, watchOS 10.4, tvOS 17.4, and HomePod 17.4.

All of the new software updates are available as free download for those who have an Apple Vision Pro, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV, or HomePod with a number of improvements coming to some of those platforms. All can be downloaded via their usual software update mechanisms, too.

visionOS 1.1 for Apple Vision Pro

This new software update is the first major release for the Apple Vision Pro and it brings with it some improvements including an upgrade to the Persona feature. Apple also added support for iMessage Contact Key Verification as well as Mobile Device Management. Existing features like the Virtual Keyboard and Mac Virtual Display have also been improved, too.

macOS 14.4 for Mac

The latest macOS software update includes new emojis including a mushroom, phoenix, lime, broken chain, and others. The update also includes support for transcripts in the Podcasts app as well as a feature that adds the option to only show a website’s icon in the Safari Favorites Bar.

watchOS 10.4 for Apple Watch

One of the smaller updates, this Apple Watch software release fixes an issue that caused some owners to experience phantom taps while another bug that caused contacts not to sync has also been squashed. Apple also says that the Tap to Show Full Notification setting now allows you to double-tap to expand the notification. Finally, using Apple Pay with Confirm with AssistiveTouch will now require a passcode to be entered for additional security.

tvOS 17.4 for Apple TV

The Apple TV software updates are normally pretty minor and so far we aren’t aware of any new features or huge bug fixes associated with this release.

HomePod Software 17.4 for HomePod

While this software update isn’t a huge one in terms of features, Apple says that it “enables Siri to learn your preferred media service, so you no longer need to include the name of the media app in your request.” As a result, Apple has removed the option to let users select a default media service from the Home app.

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