The patch fixes a 'certificate chain validation' issue in the handling of X.509 certificates. We'll be honest, that doesn't mean a whole lot to us -- it has to do with checking that websites are what they say they are -- but security patches are rarely a bad thing. As per usual, updating happens by plugging your device into iTunes and updating that way.
This update makes iOS 4.3.5 the latest version of iOS, until iPhone 5.is released, which we expect will happen in the next few months, alongside the
Apple has also belched up a supplemental update to OS X Snow Leopard, which is no longer the latest version of OS X, on account of , which launched last week.
The update is supplementary to the OS X 10.6.8 update, and fixes a few issues with transferring data, settings and compatible applications to Mac computers running Lion. Network printer issues and system audio that stops working when you're using HDMI or optical audio out are also fixed up.
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