Apple releases new updates for macOS, tvOS and watchOS

Apple is releasing a new update for its operating systems today, which includes new versions of macOS 12.3, tvOS 15.4, and watchOS 8.5. These new versions have several improvements and strengths.

These new versions focus on fixing some bugs that had been reported by users in the past few days. In the case of macOS Monterey 12.3, the update focuses on fixing several security vulnerabilities, as well as some bugs affecting the system’s native applications.

There are also 40 new emojis available for the system, in addition to improvements to the Siri system, spatial audio, and early access to Universal Control, a feature that allows users to quickly toggle the system mouse or keyboard. to other devices.

In the case of tvOS 15.4, this update focuses on fixing a few performance issues that affected previous versions of the system. Users should not check anything new on the system but they should feel improvements on the final system and devices performance.

As for watchOS 8.5, the news focuses solely on performance fixes, with the only visible change being a set of new emojis that will be available on the system for use in conversations.

All updates are already available through Apple’s OTA system, so users can now download them through their respective systems.

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