In the past week, Apple has been busy patching a number of bugs in its Apple TV.
The latest is a security issue that could make your television’s camera less reliable.
Apple TV owners who have been affected by this security issue have reported seeing some bugs that prevent them from capturing photos and video.
The company has patched the issue, but the new version of the Apple television is still causing some issues.
The problem can be triggered by installing a new version with a newer version of Apple TV that is still not patched.
The bugs are present in both the version of macOS Mojave that is bundled with the AppleTV that users have been using, and in the latest version of OS X Mavericks that is currently in beta.
Mac users with macOS 10.11 are particularly vulnerable to the bug, because the version that comes with the Mac will also be able to update to the latest OS X version when it’s released later this year.
The problem is the same as the one that affected the Apple Watch in March 2017, when the company rolled out a fix to its older wearable.
At that time, the WatchOS 4 firmware that Apple had released contained the same security issue.
Apple has been working on a fix for the issue since that time and now the company is releasing a new release of its AppleTV app that includes a fix.
The new update fixes the bug that caused the issue in this latest version, and it fixes other issues, too.
AppleTV owners can install this update by going to the Settings menu, tapping on About and then clicking on Update.
AppleTV owners who are still running a previous version of their AppleTV may need to reinstall the OS X app, as well.
The fix for this bug has been available since April 20, but it wasn’t immediately available to the public until the week before the release of the latest update.
Apple had previously released a patch for the bug last year, and this is the first time the company has released a version with an official fix.
If you don’t want to wait until the release to get the latest fix, it’s probably best to update right now.
If you have a Mac with a previous Mac OS X release, there is no need to install the OSX version of Safari.
You can still use the Safari version of iOS on that Mac, though.
You’ll still need to enable the Apple security patch that’s available through the Software Update feature in Safari to get a new OS X Yosemite update.
If a Mac is still running an older version of its OS X OS X 10.9 Mavericks, you can still download a new Mac OSX Yosemite update from Apple’s website.