Apple today released multiple new software updates with the iPhone, HomePod, and Apple TV all getting new releases. The updates aren’t huge, but they’re definitely worth downloading and installing ASAP.

The release of iOS 12.4.7 means that older iPhones and iPads can continue to receive important security updates. The usual array of bug fixes and whatnot are also included, too.

We have tvOS 13.4.5 and it’s available for download on Apple’s fifth and fourth generation Apple TV.

As seems to be the norm right now it doesn’t look like there are any big improvements going on here. There were no improvements spotted during the beta program either, so it isn’t like Apple removed anything after testing.

HomePod 13.4.5 update is also out, and brings bug fixes as well as stability and performance improvements to the HomePod, according to Apple’s release notes. There are no feature enhancements, however, so don’t expect any huge new improvements in this release. That’s a shame, especially at a time where the longevity of the HomePod as a product is once again being questioned.

If there’s one theme that runs through all of these updates it’s performance improvements and bug fixes. No new features have arrived here with Apple focusing on iOS 13.5 and its coronavirus contact tracing feature.

You can download all of these updates via the usual update process.

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