This Monday, Apple released updates for the operating systems of iPhone, iPad and MacBook. Every system receive updates for bug fixes, and sometimes introducing new features. In Apple's case, it is unusual that the company introduces new features, most updates are related to bug fixes and improved security. Such are the changes offered in the updates released this week.
The new update of the iPhone operating system fixes one of the most annoying bugs of the system. Some Bluetooth devices have audio problems when "paired" with the iPhone SE. Especially during calls.
See the other news of iOS 9.3.2:
Fixes a issue in which the search for definitions in the dictionary could fail
Fixes a bug that prevented the typing of email addresses when using the Japanese Kana keyboard in Mail and Messages
Fixes a failure for users of VoiceOver with Alex voice, in which the device switches to a different voice to announce punctuation or spaces
Fixes an issue that prevented MDM servers to install apps Custom B2B
OS X 10.11.5
Well, this is already the fifth update of El Capitan. The operating system was launched in September last year, and its last update was less than two months ago. The 10.11.4 version of OS X introduced some features in the system. The Live Photos, animated and sounding images, which were launched on the iPhone 6, are available for Mac iMessages since the fourth version. Another novelty that was already in the previous update, is the ability to protect your notes with password using the 'Notes' application.
The update released this Monday brings bug fixes, improved performance and security updates. Before became public, OS X 10.11.5 was being tested since April 6. Apple released four beta versions to be tested by developers and beta testers.
So have you upgraded your OS X and your iOS to the latest version? Tell us how are bug fixes!