Apple issues first ever automatic update to Macs following reports of ‘severe’ security flaws in the software | Daily Mail Online

For the first time ever, Apple has pushed out a security update to all of its Mac customers automatically, without seeking prior approval first.

A number of severe bugs were recently discovered on its OS X operating system that left it at risk of hackers.

Although Apple has had the technology to automatically update people’s computers for years, it typically asks a user’s permission before installing security updates of this kind.

A number of severe bugs were recently discovered on Apple's OS X operating system (pictured) that left it at risk of hackers. Although Apple has had the technology to automatically update people’s computers for years, it typically asks a user’s permission before installing security updates of this kind

A number of severe bugs were recently discovered on Apple’s OS X operating system (pictured) that left it at risk of hackers. Although Apple has had the technology to automatically update people’s computers for years, it typically asks a user’s permission before installing security updates of this kind.

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