Apple already released iOS 14.4.1 and iPadOS 14.4.1 to the public with security updates included and now we have a raft of other updates, too. Both macOS Big Sur 11.2.3 and watchOS 7.3.2 are now available for download.

Both updates can be downloaded without a developer account and you don’t need to be part of the public beta program, either. The updates are available to everyone who owns a compatible device.

macOS 11.2.3

The latest macOS update can be downloaded from the System Preferences app. Click Software Update to download it. Apple says that this update includes a WebKit security fix.

Description: A memory corruption issue was addressed with improved validation.

We would suggest installing this update ASAP to ensure you are covered by this fix.

watchOS 7.3.2

Apple also released the watchOS 7.3.2 update to the public and it can be downloaded via the Watch app on your iPhone. Tap General followed by Software Update to kick the update off. Apple says that there are new security fixes included here and, again, we’d suggest updating to this latest update as soon as possible. Note that you will need to have your Apple Watch on the charger with at least 50% of battery before the update will commence.

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