The latest operating system update for Mac users, OS X 10.11.3, has gone live in the Mac App Store. The update is a minor release and weighs in at just 661MB while the build number is 15D21. In comparison, the previous update, OS X 10.11.2, was 1.34 GB in size.
The update is a minor release and contains bug fixes and stability improvements. Apple has not gone into much detail on what’s new as the change log mentions just two updates.
- Fixes an issue that may prevent some Mac computers from waking from sleep when connected to certain 4K displays.
- Third-party .pkg file receipts stored in /var/db/receipts are now retained when upgrading from OS X Yosemite.
Details about the security updates in this release can be found on Apple’s support page here.
To update your Mac, head over to the App Store and check the updates tab to download and install it. In case you don’t see the update, go to Settings > App Store > and click on the Check Now button to force check for updates.
Apple has also released iOS 9.2.1 today for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. You can read more about it here.