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8 Apr, 2023
1 min time to read

Apple has released macOS 13.3.1 to all users in conjunction with the launch of iOS 16.4.1.

Apple has released an update for macOS 13.3, which is now available to all users. The update, named macOS Ventura 13.3.1, includes important bug fixes and security updates that patch two actively exploited vulnerabilities, making it a critical update for Mac users.

Along with the update for macOS, Apple has also released iOS 16.4.1, which includes similar bug fixes and security updates. Users are advised to install both updates as soon as possible to ensure the security and stability of their devices.

The macOS Ventura 13.3.1 update comes just one week after the release of macOS 13.3, which introduced new emoji, improved VoiceOver support, and bug fixes. This latest update builds upon those improvements by addressing a number of issues that were not resolved in the previous version.

One of the main bug fixes in macOS Ventura 13.3.1 is related to the Auto Unlock feature, which allows users to unlock their Mac using their Apple Watch. Some users were reporting issues with this feature, but the new update should address those problems. In addition, the update fixes an issue with the skin tone variations of the Pushing Hands emoji.

Perhaps most importantly, the update includes security patches for two actively exploited vulnerabilities. Apple has not yet released details about these vulnerabilities, but it is important for users to install the update as soon as possible to protect their devices.

To install the update, users can go to System Settings > General > Software Update on their Mac. The release notes provide additional information about the bug fixes and security updates included in macOS Ventura 13.3.1. Apple has also announced that it will release details about the security patches soon, so users should stay tuned for more information.