Apple discreetly upgraded the GarageBand for Mac version, the same day it distributed iOS 16.4 beta 3 and other software updates to developers. The business claims that today’s release includes “critical security fixes.”
For those who don’t know, Apple’s GarageBand is a capable, no-cost audio editor and creation tool. Virtual instruments, a sizable sound library, support for multiple tracks, guitar and piano tutorials, and other features are all included in the software. Both iOS and macOS have the software accessible.
Although it is currently unknown what security fixes are incorporated in GarageBand 10.4.8, Apple states that all Mac users should update. No mention of GarageBand has yet been made on Apple’s security update webpage. Any Mac running macOS Monterey 12.3 or later and the most recent version of GarageBand are compatible.
Apple issued iOS 16.3.1 and macOS 13.2.1 last month, along with a number of security updates for owners of iPhone, iPad, and Mac computers. A denial-of-service (DoS) attack, in which the attacker floods the device or network with traffic to cause a crash, could result from one of the flaws that the company addressed.