Apple this week released the iOS device, OS X Yosemite and Apple TV security updates to address multiple vulnerabilities.
1) Available updates include iOS 8.1.1: iPhone 4s and later, iPod 5th generation and later, and and later Touch iPad2. Apple claims this update will improve performance, especially compared to those on the version of the device.
2) Macintosh’s OS X Yosemite V10.10.1, Apple said the publication can:
“Improving the reliability of the wireless network
“Improving the reliability of the connection to Microsoft Exchange Server
“Fix it through certain e-mail service provider to send mail problem
“Resolving stop using Back to My Mac to connect to remote computer problem
“Shared service solutions can not be used to notify the central parts and operation
“Solving the problem of the center settings are not saved after a reboot notification
“Solving may prevent Mac App Store shows some update in question
“Solving may prevent Mac mini computer starts from sleep problems
“Solving the possibility of organizing a time machine (time machine) to display older backup problem
“Solving problems prevent Japanese style input
3) Apple TV Apple TV 7.0.2 of the third generation and later. The release includes three patch to prevent malicious code execution
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