Mac has dispatched software updates for three of its operating systems: iOS for iPhones and iPods, iPadOS for iPads, and macOS for Macs. The updates are little and spotlight on bug fixes as opposed to including new highlights.
The updates are named iOS 13.6.1, iPadOS 13.6.1, and macOS 10.15.6 Supplemental Update. Commonly, iOS or iPadOS refreshes that have two decimal focuses are bug-fix updates, and deliveries that bring new highlights have only one decimal point.
The cell phone update fixes a difficult that forestalled capacity for being cleared as proposed, tended to a bug that could cause “some displays to exhibit a green tint,” and fixed an issue “where Exposure Notifications could be disabled for some users.” As for macOS, only two changes are named by Apple: a fix for a “stability issue” identified with virtualization applications, and a wake-from-rest issue exceptional to the fresh out of the box new iMac that just delivered.
Here are Apple’s release notes for iOS 13.6.1:
iOS 13.6.1 includes bug fixes for your iPhone.
- Addresses an issue where unneeded system data files might not be automatically deleted when available storage is low
- Fixes a thermal management issue that caused some displays to exhibit a green tint
- Fixes an issue where Exposure Notifications could be disabled for some users
And for the macOS 10.15.6 Supplemental Update:
macOS Catalina 10.15.6 supplemental update includes bug fixes for your Mac.
- Fixes a stability issue that could occur when running virtualization apps
- Resolves an issue where an iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2020) may appear washed out after waking from sleep
All these updates should be rolling out to all users of supported devices globally.
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