On the same day that iOS 16.4 beta 3 and other software upgrades were sent to developers, Apple quietly upgraded the GarageBand to the Mac version. According to the company, today’s update includes “important security fixes.”
For those who don’t know, Apple’s GarageBand is a competent, no-cost audio editing and composition application. The software includes virtual instruments, a large sound library, support for multiple tracks, guitar and piano courses, and other features. The app is available for both iOS and MacOS.
Although it is uncertain what security fixes are included in GarageBand 10.4.8, Apple recommends that all Mac users upgrade. Apple’s security update homepage makes no mention of GarageBand.
Last month, Apple released iOS 16.3.1 and MacOS 13.2.1, as well as a variety of security upgrades for iPhone, iPad, and Mac users. One of the issues corrected by the business might result in a denial-of-service (DoS) attack, in which the attacker floods the device or network with traffic to force it to crash.