Apple has updated both OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 on Aug. 13, probably for the last time other than for security fixes. The updates’ appearance signaled that Apple is just weeks away from introducing their successors, OS X El Capitan and iOS 9. Now Macgo Mac Blu-ray Player has stable performance under Yosemite 10.10. No matter it’s disc loading speed, Blu-ray playback or adding external subtitles, this player shows much more improvements now after several updates, just like Apple’s regular patches and fixes releases. With the upcoming of OS X El Capitan’s official launch, Macgo will speed up its development on introducing the perfect Blu-ray Player software for Mac OS X 10.11.
The latest update to OS X 10.10.5 is the final OS X Yosemite non-security update. It resolves over 100 bugs and technical glitches in the operating system, including QuickTime, Bluetooth, Notification Center, the Mac OS X kernel, and the serious problem known as DYLD, which is a serious vulnerability in OS X Yosemite that would allow hackers to run programs on a Mac remotely with administrator rights, opening up wide access to the whole operating system. Now this problem has been patched through improvements in environment sanitization. Meanwhile, iOS 8.4.1 focused on bug fixes for the new Apple Music, the subscription-based streaming music service. OS X 10.10.5 (Yosemite) can be downloaded from Apple’s website or installed through the operating system’s built-in update service. Users can download iOS 8.4.1 over the air from iOS devices, or through iTunes.
Before the DYLD exploit occurs, many computer security researchers have said that they are becoming frustrated at the slow pace of response. Fortunately, this time the company finished the DYLD vulnerability patch less than a month after disclosure. Also Apple will also take more measures to harden its operating system against hackers, announcing that OS X El Capitan 10.11 will ship with a new security feature called “rootless”, which is designed to restrict third-party apps from modifying certain parts of the system even though they are running as root.