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macOS Monterey 12.6.2 and Big Sur 11.7.2

Apple has released macOS Monterey 12.6.2 and macOS Big Sur 11.7.2 to patch 13 and 10 security vulnerabilities, respectively. You can download these security updates using Software Update on Macs running Monterey or Big Sur. Although Apple doesn’t say that any of these vulnerabilities have been exploited in the wild, we recommend updating fairly soon. If you notice any problems, please let us know in the comments. (Free, various sizes, macOS 12 and macOS 11)

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  1. No issues installing 12.6.2 on my 2019 16" fully loaded Intel MacBook Pro (64GB & 8TB SSD) or my fully loaded Mac Studio Ultra (128GB and 8TB SSD). Have to stay here for a while until I get all the data off of the three Drobo raid drives. My 2020 M1 MBAir (16GB & 1TB SSD) and 14" Book Pro Max (64GB and 4TB SSD) went to 13.1 with no problems. They upgraded from the beta directly to the fully operational version with no issues.

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