Apple is well known for providing guaranteed and frequent update support for its Operating Systems. No matter, whether it packs just a bug fix or bringing new features, the update hits monthly. Most probably every 20th of a month. As usual, today also Apple rolled out update for its OSs.
Minor updates have been hitting the iOS, the macOS Sierra, and the tvOS. The update brings plethora of security patches, improved stability, and bug fixes. Although, devoid of additional features, Apple recommends the users to update as soon as the update hit their devices.
For your info, the iOS will jump to version 10.3.3 from 10.3.2. In the case of macOS Sierra, 10.12.6 is going to be the version after the update. Also the tvOS is upgraded to version 10.2.2.
What’s new with the iOS 10.3.3
The iOS 10.3.3 update just weighs around 138MB. Apple hasn’t provided detailed changelog of the update. But, the release note quotes: “iOS 10.3.3 includes bug fixes and improves the security of your iPhone or iPad.” However, based on the betas released so far it should include:
- New wallpapers for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
- Improved Wi-Fi Calling feature on iCloud devices.
Since, much anticipated iOS 11 is on the verge of release. Some reports points out a possible update for iOS 10.3.3 in coming days, which marks final update for the iOS10 series.