Quick fix to slow computer or slow Internet connection in Mac and Windows, Windows and Linux applications, Apple said on Wednesday.
The update includes fixes to Apple TV and iOS devices, Apple Watch, and Apple TV remote controls.
Apple’s fixes for Mac, Mac OS X, iOS and Apple Watch are based on the software updates for the Apple Watch and AppleTV devices.
Affected applications are listed in alphabetical order.
Apple WatchOS 3.0 fixes some issues with Apple Watch app and the WatchKit app that is used to support the AppleTV.
Apple TV remote control updates are available in Mac OS and Windows.
Mac OS X 10.11.6 fixes a security issue with some AppleTV remote controls that could allow remote users to gain access to their TV screens.
Mac OS is not affected by the security issue.
AppleTV app updates are for iOS devices running iOS 11.1 or later.
The OS X and Windows versions are not affected.
Apple’s fix for a possible flaw in Apple Watch OS 3.1.5 is available for download from Apple’s website.
For more information, go to apple.com/watch OS X Yosemite 10.12.6, the latest version of the operating system, fixes a potential security issue that could make it harder to access some video apps.
Apple released Yosemite on Wednesday, and OS X will be supported through May 12, 2018.
If you have an iPhone 6 or later, OS X Mavericks will also be available for purchase on Friday, May 10.
Apple announced earlier this month that it was going to support a new version of iOS 10 on iOS devices starting with the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus starting in July.
Apple will continue to update the operating systems on all of its devices.
Apple is expected to begin shipping its new iPhone models this week, although the company did not provide any dates for when the software will be officially available.