On Tuesday, alongside the rollout of macOS High Sierra 10.13.3, Apple released two new security updates for older versions of the Mac operating system.
As far as watchOS and tvOS updates go, they're hardly worth mentioning., Apple simply says, "this update includes improvements and bug fixes" and hasn't disclosed more than that, apart from the.
On January 23, 2018, Apple released a third set of updates for macOS that backported previous Meltdown patches to older versions of the macOS operating system. The update also fixes issues like a maliciously crafted audio file leading to arbitrary code execution and one where an application could run arbitrary code using kernel privileges.
The macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 Update improves the stability and security of your Mac and is recommended for all users.
According to the news reported in Deccan Chronicle, Some minor fixes have also been done in this update and also includes the ability to read out the playback destinations and AirPod battery level. If you've been suffering from this issue, it's time to install macOS 10.13.3 because the fix for this annoying bug is now available.
Updating your Mac device to the latest macOS, OS X version is simple.
To protect against those attacks, Mac users running OS X El Capitan should look for version 10.11.6 in the updates section of the App Store app on their computers.
If you're running a version of Apple's desktop operating system prior to El Capitan, of course, you're out of luck here.
Setup and automatically transfer your Apple ID, Apple Music, Siri, and Wi-Fi settings to HomePod.
Once downloaded, an information window will pop up on your screen. Installing the update will restart your computer.