Apple releases iOS 10.3.2, watchOS 3.2.2, tvOS 10.2.1, and macOS 10.12.5

Apple on Monday released operating systems updates for the
iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Macintosh. Before
installing any of the updates, complete a backup of your
devices, just in case you need to revert back if you find you
have a problem with the updated software.

iOS 10.3.2

Acoording to Apple’s release notes, iOS 10.3.2 has bug fixes
and security enhancements. Apple has a KnowledgeBase
that details the security content.

You can update your iOS device by launching the Settings app
and then tapping General > Software Update. The
update is 196.4MB.

watchOS 3.2.2

Apple says that watchOS 3.2.2 “includes improvements and bug
fixes.” A KnowledgeBase
provides information about watchOS 3.2.2’s security

To install watchOS 3.2.2, your iPhone needs to be connected to
the internet via Wi-Fi, and within range of your Apple Watch,
which needs to have at least a 50 percent battery charge and
connected to the charger. Then you can launch the Watch app on
your iPhone and tap General > Software Update.

tvOS 10.2.1

Like the iOs and watchOS updates, tvOS 10.2.1 provides bug
fixes and other enhancements to the fourth-generation Apple TV.

To update your Apple TV, launch the Settings app, and then
System > Software Update. If you have your Apple TV
set to update automatically, it may already be installed, or
the process may start on its own when you turn on your Apple

macOS 10.12.5

Apple’s support article for macOS 10.12.5 says that latest
update for Macintosh includes:

  • Fixes an issue where audio may stutter when played
    through USB headphones.
  • Enhances compatibility of the Mac App Store with future
    software updates.
  • Adds support for media-free installation of Windows 10
    Creators Update using Boot Camp.
  • Adds support for more digital camera RAW formats.
  • Resolves an issue, affecting some enterprise and
    education customers, that may cause the system date to be set
    to the year 2040.
  • Prevents a potential kernel panic when starting up from a
    NetInstall image. This fix is available when starting up from
    a NetInstall image created from the macOS 10.12.5 installer.

The software also includes several security
. The iTunes 12.6.1 update is also available in the
App Store. It contains performance improvements.

macOS 10.12.5 can be installed through the App Store.

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