Apple has now officially released some new minor updates for its different devices.
That said, the update brings a litany of security fixes to bear, all of which are detailed on Apple's support website right here.
Apple has seeded macOS Sierra 10.12.6 beta 1 to developers for testing.
Apple released the first developer release of macOS Sierra 10.12.6 on Tuesday, just one day after shipping macOS Sierra 10.12.5. The iPhone, iPad and iPod touch have recently received iOS 10.3.1 update in early April followed by the March release of iOS 10.3. Another entry in the release notes mentions the improved compatibility of the Mac App Store with the upcoming software updates.
Resolves an issue, affecting some enterprise and education customers, that may cause the system date to be set to the year 2040. This fix is available when starting up from a NetInstall image created from the macOS 10.12.5 installer.
The next major upgrade of macOS is expected to be previewed by Apple at its forthcoming Annual Developers Conference in June. The update should appear on your App Store and will mostly be updated on the macOS download page as well.
If users are looking to use both MacOs and Windows together or side by side then Apple has made it easier for getting the latest version of Windows 10. The change log of these updates has not revealed any specific information other than the incremented version number.