Apple also released another update for the Apple Watch today. watchOS 7.3.3 can now be downloaded and installed by all Apple Watch users. With the update, Apple claims to fix important security problems, so the update should be installed quickly.
Apple released another small update for all users this evening. watchOS 7.3.3 can now be downloaded and installed by all users.
In order to be able to start the update to watchOS 7.3.3, the Apple Watch must be on the charger, the battery of the watch must be charged to at least 50% and the Apple Watch must be connected to the same WLAN as the paired iPhone.
Previously, Apple already had iOS 14.4.2 and iPadOS 14.4.2 published for all users.
Apple also fixes other security problems on the Apple Watch
The notes on the update to watchOS 7.3.3 only say that the update contains important security improvements and that all users are recommended to install it immediately.
The nature of the security improvements made is not clear. A few weeks ago, Apple had already closed a serious loophole in WebKit and distributed an update for watchOS.
In a few weeks, however, the larger update to watchOS 7.4 is expected for all users. Among other things, it creates the conditions for unlocking the iPhone with FAce ID despite the mask and also brings other bug fixes and improvements.
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