Apple has released a new Rapid Security Response update for iOS 16.4 and macOS 13.3 beta testers. The new updates appear as iOS Security Response 16.4 (a) for iPhones running the latest iOS 16.4 beta 2 and macOS Security Response 13.3 (a) for Macs running the latest macOS 13.3 beta 2.
Previously, Apple released a Rapid Security Response update macOS Ventura 13.2.
New Rapid Security Response update appears as iOS Security Response 16.4 (a) and macOS Security Response 13.3 (a)
With the Rapid Security Response (RSR) update, Apple intends to provide users with updates that exclusively include security fixes so users do not have to install the full update again.
The latest RSR updates appear as iOS Security Response 16.4 (a) and macOS Rapid Security Response 13.3 (a) which can be installed via Settings app > General > Software Update and System Settings > General > Software Update on iOS and macOS, respectively.
Like the previous Rapid Security Response updates, the new updates do not include new features possibly because they are launched in a test capacity.
Do keep in mind that the Rapid Security Response update also allows users to revert to the previous iOS or macOS version during this test.
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