Apple to Phase Out the iPad Mini?

17 May, 2017, 07:55 | Author: Kristi Walker

It was on April 3 that Apple released the previous 10.3.1 update, and its been more than a month after which Apple has now released the next update. The tech company claims that the watchOS 3.2.2 comes along with improvements and bug fixes.

Further complicating matters are the rumors that Apple will be releasing an updated version of the iPad Pro, which will further dilute the iPad Mini's market share.

The latest updates largely revolve around security updates, something totally crucial in today's world, exemplified by the horrific mess Microsoft has found itself in thanks to the highly embarrassing vulnerabilities found in its shoddy operating systems.

It seems unlikely but it might be at the usually software-focused conference that we get any official confirmation on the fate of the iPad Mini. While your system may be set to automatically install updates, you can manually force the process by opening the Settings channel, clicking System and then Software Updates, and finally selecting Update Software.

You can find a fill breakdown of the security fixes on the Apple support page. Use the Apple Watch app on your iPhone to update the wearable by tapping the My Watch tab, tapping General and then Software Update.

On the Macintosh platform that includes a fix for the problem where audio may stutter when played through USB headphones.

Apple is reportedly considering stopping updates for the iPad Mini and discontinuing the device. He is also fanatical about football which makes it all the more unusual that he should support Stockport County.

macOS 10.12.5 squashes a few bugs and offers some performance and security improvements to macOS Sierra. This fix is available when starting up from a NetInstall image created from the macOS 10.12.5 installer.

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