Apple has released software updates for three of its operating systems: iOS for iPhones and iPods, iPadOS for iPads and macOS for Macs. The updates are small and focus on bug fixes instead of adding new features.
The updates are labeled iOS 1
Fixing the mobile device fixes an issue that prevented storage from being cleared as intended, addressed an error that could cause “some monitors to display a green tint,” and resolved an issue “where exposure alerts may be disabled for some users.” As for macOS, there are only two changes named by Apple: a solution to a “stability issue” related to virtualization apps, and a wake-from-sleep issue that is unique to the brand new iMac that just released.
Here are Apple’s release notes for iOS 13.6.1:
iOS 13.6.1 includes bug fixes for your iPhone.
- Resolves an issue where unnecessary system data files may not be automatically deleted when available storage space is limited
- Fixes a thermal management issue that caused some monitors to display a green tint
- Resolves an issue where exposure alerts may be disabled for some users
And for macOS 10.15.6 additional update:
macOS Catalina 10.15.6 additional update includes bug fixes for the Mac.
- Addresses a stability issue that may occur when running virtualization apps
- Resolves an issue where a iMac (retina 5K, 27-inch, 2020) may appear flushed out after waking from sleep
All of these updates should be rolled out to all users of supported devices globally today.