In the last 2 weeks of October 2015, Apple had issued a number of updates for their devices and computers that need to be applied to protect your security and keep your programs and Apps working?
We show you how to check if you have the latest OS update and how to set this up to be automatic in the future.
As of October 26th 2015 the current Apple Operating Systems are as follows :
For the iPhone and iPad the latest version is 9.1
…. Check your iOS version on iPhone or iPad by clicking on
“Settings” > “About” > “Versions” or “Settings” > “General” > “Software Update”
Ensure you get iOS updates AUTOMATICALLY by following the instructions here:
iMac, Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, Mac Mini
For all other Apple Computers running OSX such as iMac, Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, Mac Mini etc as of October 2015, the latest OSx version is 10.11.1
…..Check your OSx by clicking on the “Apple” symbol in the top left of the desktop and then “About This Mac”
Ensure you get OSx updates AUTOMATICALLY by following the instructions here:
If your Apple devices are NOT showing the current versions, please update them ASAP and switch on Automatic Updates so your device does not fall behind again in the future
If you need assistance in checking the above and performing the updates, give us a call on 08 6365 5603 and make an appointment to come and see us. Prices for our iOS health-check and backup service for Apple devices starts at $30 for a 15 minute session.
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