Apple introduced Rapid Security Response with iOS 16 for iPhone which provides quick security patches to iOS without needing to install an entirely new version of the operating system. Now the company released another Rapid Security Response update for macOS Ventura 13.2 beta.
Rapid Security Response released on macOS Ventura
Apple just released a new macOS Rapid Security Response 13.2 (b) for users using macOS Ventura 13.2 beta but which new features and changes it brought are unclear. Once the Rapid Security Response (RSR) feature is available for all users, Apple will be able to fix security exploits without having to release a new version of macOS.
During the period of beta testing with iOS 16.2, the company released two RSR updates for beta users. The first RSR update was released as just a test and did not include new features because Apple was making the feature work before it was deployed for an actual security update. Apple is likely doing the same now with macOS beta.
The macOS RSR 13.2 (b) update is automatically applied upon restart and it is also available in the Safari app. The update is just 13.4MB in size, suggesting it is a test once again. Rapid Security Response is an iOS 16 and macOS Ventura feature previously released as part of the updates. Apple had also released many iOS 16 RSR in a test capacity.
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