In less than a week, Apple has released two rapid security response updates. for both iOS 16.4 and macOS 13.3 both in beta phase. The first one launched on March 1st and now, today, he has launched the second one. They are quick updates that correct certain errors without having to install the full version, so developers can continue working on the development and execution of their programs within the spectrum of the beta launched by the company.

On March 1, Apple released the first of the rapid updates within the iOS 16.4 beta environment. This means that you can install the fixes that Apple creates as the betas released are tested by the developers. On both iOS and macOS 13.3, these updates allow fix the bugs without having to install the full version and that means that developers can work almost without wasting time.

These rapid security response updates are designed to provide beta users of iOS 16.4 and macOS 13.3 are available through the standard software update mechanism in the Settings app, but it’s a quick update, which requires only a couple of minutes to download the update and then a quick reboot for the installation process.

Once the update is installed “Rapid Security Response”, iOS 16.4 and macOS 13.3 users will see an updated version, and tapping the version in the About section of Settings will display information about the installed iOS version and the Rapid Security Response update. For the record, updates of this type can be easily disabled.

Take advantage of, if you are a developer and you are testing these betas, to install these easy to install bug fix updates.