Apple has given a special gift to its customers. In fact, Apple earlier this week released the iOS 16.3 update for all eligible iPhone models. All iPhone models launched after the iPhone 8 series and iPhone SE (2nd Gen) are eligible for the new iOS update. Apple is known for providing extensive software support for its iPhone models. The company is often considered to offer the best software upgrade cycles for its devices in the industry. Continuing the trend, Apple has also released a new update for older iPhone models. iPhone 5s, which was launched in 2013, has received a new iOS update.
Apart from this, Apple has also released a new software update for other devices like MacBook Pro, Mac Pro and MacBook Air 2013. Some older iPad models have also received the new update.
iPhone 5s, which was launched in 2013, has received a new iOS 12.5.7 update despite being declared obsolete. iPhone 6 Series, iPhone 6s Series, iPhone 7 Series and iPhone SE 2016 have also received the new update. While the iPhone 6 series has received the iOS 12.5.7 update, the iPhone 6s series, iPhone 7 series, and the iPhone SE Gen 1 have received the iOS 15.7.3 update. It’s worth noting that Apple declared the iPhone obsolete months ago, so the company isn’t responsible for releasing software support.
Update 14 will fix system flaws and security issues
A report by Apple Insider has revealed that Update 14 addresses system flaws and security issues. If so, then it’s best to update your iPhone to a new software update. The following systems are addressed through this update: Apple Mobile File Integrity, curl, dcerpc, discarbitration, DraylKit, Intel graphics drivers, PackageKit, Kernel, MailExchange, Maps, Screen Time, Weather, WebKit, and Windows Installer.
New update found in these models of iPad
The iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, and iPod Touch Gen 7 have also received a new security update that addresses the issues highlighted above. Similarly, older 2013 Mac models have also received the new macOS Big Sur 11.7.3 and macOS Monterey 12.6.3 updates.
Install new update like this
We strongly recommend updating your device with the latest update as it patches several security flaws, thereby helping you stay away from any risk. To check whether your device has received the new security update or not, go to Settings -> General and tap on Software update. For macOS, you can click the Apple logo in the top left corner, click System Preferences, and then Software Update