Apple’s brother scanner software gets iOS 6.0 update
Apple has rolled out an update to its brother scanners software, iOS 6, to help users upgrade to iOS 6 without any new hardware.
The update allows users to get the latest security updates, with the company’s security team checking to make sure that the update is installed correctly.
Users can also download the latest firmware from Apple’s website, with updates being delivered through the iTunes App Store and via the App Store itself.
Users are also asked to update to the latest iOS 6 through the iOS device settings.
Apple is now also rolling out updates for its own operating system, macOS High Sierra, which will include support for a new Apple-designed Face ID fingerprint sensor.
MacRumors first reported the iOS 6 update on Wednesday, with iOS 6 now rolling out to users via the Mac App Store.
The company also said it was rolling out a fix to its older versions of iTunes and App Store, but did not provide a specific date for when the fixes would be available.
Affected users can head to Settings > iCloud > Accounts > iCloud Passcode Lock to check if they have the update.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the new security update.
The new Apple scanners software also offers support for third-party facial recognition software, as well as facial recognition and facial recognition with facial recognition cameras.
Apple has introduced Face ID in recent years, but it’s still not available on the iPhone and iPad.