Apple Is Asking the Users to Update OS X

Apple is asking Mac users to update OS X and Safari in order to fix security issue.

First news about possible vulnerability appeared on the Motherboard news service. According to those news, last week Apple issued updates for the OS X and Safari browser to close a hole that allowed the attackers to steal data or spy on users.

The update appeared one week after the same update had been released for the iOS beta version. The latest patches are available as regular Apple updates in the App Store.

Regular updates of the system help you to keep your devices out of possible threat. You may find this advice in all security-related articles.


To update the Mac OS, do the following:

  1. Go to App Store > Updates.

  2. In front of the Software Update icon, click the Update button.

  3. If system requires your iCloud password, you should log in and continue the update.

  4. Your Mac will be restarted, so finish all important work before updating the system.


To update the iOS, do the following:

  1. Tap Settings > General > Software Update.

  2. Tap Download and Install.

  3. Accept terms of use.

  4. Your device will be restarted,  so finish all important work before updating the system.