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Apple patches 67 bugs in OS El Capitan, refreshes Safari and iTunes

Gregg Keizer | May 18, 2016
End times approach for El Capitan, which will be replaced this summer when Apple issues betas of the next version.

Apple traditionally announces the newest version of the Mac's operating system at its June Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), quickly offers developers and users preview code, then months later, ships the final.

Some recent signals hint that at WWDC, which is to kick off June 13, Apple will rebrand OS X as MacOS to move its nomenclature to the format of its other operating systems, including iOS, tvOS and watchOS.

The updates to El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Safari and iTunes can be downloaded from the Mac App Store.

 

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